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Winkel & Balktick's Stranded V: Laboratory (SLIDE SHOW)

Party impresarios Winkel & Balktick brought an abandoned laboratory to life with arty experiments and glowing installations.

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What happens when Brooklyn-based party producers Mark Winkel and Kevin Balktick take over 50,000 square feet of a former Pfizer warehouse and pack it full with avant-garde artists, experimental DJs (including Dhundee and the guys from Mister Saturday Night) and a video game featuring escaped lab rabbits? Welcome to Stranded, the duo's Burning Man–type inspired event, thrown every Labor Day Weekend. Whether you missed the bash or you can't remember it, we've got the psychedelic photos of what went down.

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