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NATIONAL & WASHINGTON

ROAD CONCERT

11.11.2017

PRESS RELEASE

Site-specific works at National / Washington on Veterans Day

Los Angeles Road Concerts presents a showing of site-specific projects from Los Angeles artists in unused public outdoor spaces within walking distance of the intersection of National and Washington Blvds in Culver City on Veterans Day. For one afternoon participating artists will display installations, perform works, host spontaneous readings, and make music in unexpected spaces, such as on the sidewalk, between dumpsters, along streetlamps, as well as inside the audience’s earbuds as they traverse the path of the road concert. A printable map of the day’s events will be available a week before the event at the event website, laroadconcerts.com, along with downloadable art, project descriptions and an interactive map.

In five previous events LA Road Concerts has sought to investigate the possibilities of LA's streets as sites for artistic exploration while offering a street-level window onto the city's diversity of people, buildings and landscapes, how the metropolis grew and cars came to dominate, and the in-between and negative spaces the city left behind as it expanded. Through a wide open call process, LA Road Concerts brings together art school graduates, working artists, local residents and other artists, writers, musicians, performers, to realize a broad array of kinds of interactions with the sites.

This particular road concert is part of the Untested Address event series, hosted by UMM (the Unconfirmed Makeshift Museum) at Klowden Mann, a Culver City gallery. Artists' works might respond to the idea of nations (versus the planet), the constitution, and making art in a time of war. Additionally, projects might respond to the site of Culver City as a hub of the art world, and consider art's role in capitalism, making value outside the institution, infiltrating institutions to amplify voices, and what it means to make and show art (right) outside commercial mainstream private galleries.

Participating artists include: 23-24-25 (Chelsea Rector, Jen Bruce, Ang Wilson), Danielle Adair, Zeina Baltagi, Manu Beker, Christy Roberts Berkowitz, Tyler Calkin, Tom Dunn, Jay Erker, Beth Fiedorek, Elizabeth Folk with Marc Bobro, Jory Harms, Joshua Hashemzadeh, John Hastings & Matt Barbier, Koobang Ensemble, makingout.la (Dahn Camella Gim + Tyler Stefanich, with Theo Triantafyllidis, John Brumley, Ting Ying Han, Chandler McWilliams, Kim Ye + Yoshie Sakai), Todd Moellenberg, Alan Nakagawa, Tucker Neel, Andrew Pearson, Riccarlo Porter / L.A.P Dancers, Faith Purvey, Elliot Reed with Andrew Dalziell, ReReDuce, Michael Rippens, Anthony Moses Sanchez, Margie Schnibbe, Sir Oliver, SolarSonic Streaming, Laura Vena, Christopher Wawrinofsky, Miggie Wong

Works of the day include a miniature plastic hug, hand-dyed, sewn and embroidered canvas 3 x 5 feet American Lebanese flags washed with homemade Olive Oil soap and hung from flag poles attached to a red Ford pickup truck, a reading of one-liners on the side of the road, a metal form that collects meaning in roadside debris as it tumbles, rapping about climate change, an audio-visual protest of the non-existence of homeless presence in Culver City, a trombone performance in a freeway underpass recontextualizing a sonic signature of Los Angeles, a menu of human social interactions for 5 cents each to raise our heads above downward-facing-phone posture, a slow walking meditation, a respectful protest of war to promote peace, a tea service on a median to establish a harmonious interaction among pedestrians, drivers and art, a repurposed mid-century credenza pushed by a slightly near-sighted female politician with a megaphone playing "Que Sera Sera," a pop-up cafe that doesn't accept money only suggestions, paper planes with your thoughtful note to be flown to your desired destination, a robotic positive energy station, a virtual site specific exhibition on mobile phone, a live female fountain, a projection of synonyms for the words terror and terrorism, a mini RV studio with solar array to facilitate a multi-camera live stream of musicians, interviews and real-time remixes, a munchkin rumored to have hanged himself during the filming of the Wizard of Oz, and many more works!

November 11, 2017, 1 PM - 4 PM

FREE


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Los Angeles Road Concerts is seeking artists of all kinds to install or perform site-specific works in unused public space within walking distance of the intersection of National and Washington Blvds for the afternoon of November 11, 2017 (Veterans Day). Submissions may be sent through the online form or to laroadconcerts@gmail.com.

In five previous events, LA Road Concerts has shown work from over 280 Los Angeles artists in unused public outdoor space. In a “road concert” participating artists display installations, perform works, facilitate carpool happenings, host spontaneous readings, and make music in unexpected spaces, such as on the sidewalk, between dumpsters, along streetlamps, as well as inside the audience’s earbuds as they traverse the path of the road concert. Works can be in one location, many locations, or no location in particular. Participating artists don't need to be physically present and may choose to make downloadable work. Through a wide-ranging open call process, LA Road Concerts brings together art school graduates, working artists, local residents and other artists, writers, musicians, performers, to realize a broad array of kinds of interactions with the sites.

Projects might respond to the idea of nations (versus our planet), the constitution, and making art in a time of war. Additionally, projects might respond to the site of Culver City and consider the role of art in capitalism. This particular road concert is part of the Untested Address event series, hosted by UMM (the Unconfirmed Makeshift Museum) at Klowden Mann, a Culver City gallery. How could "we the people" and/or the greater art world benefit from bringing everyone together, even those who would never find themselves in Culver City? How do we make value outside the institution, or infiltrate institutions to amplify our voice? What does it mean to make and show art (right) outside commercial mainstream private galleries?

The preferred deadline for submissions is October 24th, though submissions will be accepted until the week before the event.

An official map of the day’s events along with project descriptions and other downloadable information will be available to the public a week before the event on the event website (www.laroadconcerts.com). Previous road concert projects can be viewed through the website.

Please contact us with any proposals, questions, or suggestions at laroadconcerts@gmail.com. Or feel free to call or text me (Stephen van Dyck) at 505-331-9588 to discuss your potential submission. And please forward this along to anyone who you think would be interested in getting involved.

Thank you,

LA Road Concerts / Stephen van Dyck


PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

National/Washington, East Corner By the Corporate Fountain - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

my brother and I perform pure Persian music

The underpass at the 10 Freeway and National Blvd - 2:20 PM to 2:40 PM

Matt Barbier performs trombone in a freeway underpass, recontextualizing a sonic signature of Los Angeles.

from Venice to Washington, along the south side of National - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

I will complete a slow walking meditation along National Blvd, starting at Venice and ending at Washington. I will wear a nude unitard and full face mask, which blocks out my sight. The walk should last about three hours.

Todd is a poet and performance artist based in Los Angeles. His work encompasses durational performance, public intervention, and automatic writing, and has been featured by Space Time Art, the Bijou Gallery, and Perform Chinatown. In February Todd served as artist-in-residence for the public art series Parkeology, which published his Fruit Loop Field Journal, a zine of observational poems and images from a legendary gay cruising spot in Balboa Park. Todd is completing his doctorate at UC San Diego, where he studies contemporary piano performance.

National/Washington - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Margieschnibbe

Honoring a tradition of Los Angeles activists, I will stand on a street corner respectfully protesting war and supporting peace. I am inviting the masses to join me. Bring your own protest signs or I will provide signs for all who would like to participate.

Margie Schnibbe is a multidisciplinary artist living in Los Angeles.

http://www.margieschnibbe.com

Caroline Ave and Expo Line bike path (3498 Caroline Ave) - 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Manu Beker is a singer-songwriter project that combines catchy pop structures with Jazz and Bossa-Nova to create colorful and emotional songs.

Manu Beker is a Mexico City born singer and composer that has been singing since the age of 16. In 2016 he released his debut EP which was toured in Mexico City. His style has big focus on his passionate vocal melodies, his intimate lyrics and his eclectic songwriting style.

Median at 6023 Washington Blvd. - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Safe Tea proposes a tea service on a portion of a Washington Blvd. median that is safely accessible. We’re welcoming participants into the marginal space of the median for communing and sun brewed tea. We’re welcoming them within a soft barrier constructed by Jen Bruce, Ang Wilson, and Chelsea Rector.

Safe Tea’s tea service is dedicated to LA drivers and art spaces. The inspiration comes from drivers not paying attention. Art spaces in neighborhoods may not be paying attention. Tea service is a lite-occupation that
develops into an alternate tuning of the pace using sound, tea, and foliage/growth on the street. Tea Service stages ‘communing’ in order establish a harmonious interaction among pedestrians, drivers and art.

Chelsea - March 23, Pasadena, 8:30 am
Jen - December 24, Mitchell, 2:45 pm
Ang - November 25, Alhambra,1:10 pm

National/Washington - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Tylercalkinimgl3837

Smallest Gesture is an opportunity to hold a miniature plastic model of a hug. Tyler will be holding this abstract, colorful visualization (created by modeling the hand movements of an actual embrace), and offering visitors a chance to hold it as well, individually or jointly. In a cultural moment of receding public kindness, in which the act of an embrace between protesting rivals can go viral, learning a small lesson from a small gesture has great potential.

"Tyler Calkin is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles. His work has been exhibited and performed in art and educational institutions around the world, including Cercle Blanc Gallery in Berlin, studio1.1 in London, Tsinghua University in Beijing, KUArt in Nepal, Tec de Monterrey in Mexico, Centre for the Living Arts in Mobile, AL, and Mitchell Gallery and LAMAG in Los Angeles.

His multi-modal practice examines social constructions, habits, and anxieties through play and improvisation. Drawing particularly from safety and hygiene products and evolving digital interfaces, Calkin rearranges material culture into social catalysts. The resulting situations propose new models for interpersonal and inter-object relations."

Washington/Helms - 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

L.A.P. Dancers will create positive robotic movements to entertain and inspire the public

Lincoln center, REDCAT, Queens Museum, MOCA, UCLA, Helena Presents, and hundreds of venues and projects are under Porter's belt. He has toured throughout the country. He has done BET. and DOVE Awards Red Carpets.

Roving; washing the flag near Washington/Wesley - 1 PM to Sunset - 1:00 PM to Sunset
Zeinabaltagi

Hand dyed, sewn and embroidered canvas into 3 feet x 5 feet American Flag and Lebanese Flag washed with homemade Olive Oil soap and hung from flag poles attached to a red Ford pickup truck.

My work reveals intimate transformations from the perspective of a first-generation Lebanese-American Woman. This narrative spans my entire body of work and incorporates printmaking, painting, sculpture, filmic documentation and performance art. Whether exploring relationships with my body, transportation, employment, culture, or spirituality: my process uses lived experiences to create a living allegory of marker points. Through the process of making, I find revelations in my story.

Zeina Baltagi is a first-generation Lebanese-American artist based in Los Angeles. Her work reveals intimate transformations in relation to her lived experiences.

Roving - 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Elizabethfolkthoselegsthoughweb

My current sculpture and video work investigates the visual language of privilege and power through the presentation of modernist design and iconography in contemporary contexts. I am particularly interested in the use of mid-century modern furniture as a signifier in highly curated Internet identities. Mid-century design notoriously embodies clean utilitarian lines, an understanding of materiality, and an appreciation of craftsmanship, but is born of a history and idealogical era occurring before the civil rights movement, before the voting rights act of 1965, and before the victories of second wave feminism. In March of 2016, in efforts to put a timestamp on the “Again” in Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again,” Pew asked Americans if “life was better for people like them 50 years ago,” and most Republicans said yes. As art, design, social ideology, and politics are inextricably linked, what does it mean to continue to curate these objects into our built environments and online identities even though modernism completely failed as a humanitarian movement? As big box stores become full of cheap reproductions, and scads of articles, such as Steven Kurutz’ September 2016 New York Times article query “Why Won’t Midcentury Design Die?”, perhaps we are reaching a tipping point.

Utilizing mid-century furniture as a signifier of late modernism and sometimes as a stand-in for my own body, I trace the fumbling journey of myself as a white Gen X-er becoming “woke” to institutional inequalities (especially racism, sexism, and classism), and ideas of privilege and power. The furniture objects become hybrids of themselves as I seek to edit symbology. As for every Gen X-er, being the last generation to grow up without the internet, the internet and popular culture play a nuanced role in our relationships with domestic objects and to ourselves.

Bios:

My creative practice is situated in interdisciplinary sculpture and time-based media with empathy and social justice as points of departure. I primarily explore issues of class, labor, gender, sexuality, communication, and revolution. My aim is to present important and timely social issues for consideration in a way that is non-dogmatic and not overtly politicized. I have found the utilization of play and humor to be the most effective way to stimulate dialogue and to open lines of communication where there otherwise may be indifference or discomfort. Many of my works take the form of public interventions and guerrilla performances that invite audience participation. These insertions into the everyday have taken the form of a mobile spa vending machine, a pirate waitressing performance, and unsolicited janitorial services, to name a few. My recent gallery works take the form of large-scale interactive installations, object based video installations, games, collaborations with community members, workshops, and brown bag meetings.

Most recently, my research is focused on the resurgence of public shaming in social media and the resultant democratization of justice, Internet “takedown culture,” the discourse of controversy, as well as the Truth and Reconciliation movement and other modalities of conflict resolution applied to conflicts where much of the interface is social media. My current sculpture and video work investigates the visual language of privilege and power through the presentation of modernist design and iconography in contemporary contexts. I am particularly interested in the use of of mid-century modern furniture as a signifier in highly curated Internet identities.

Folk earned her BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and her MFA from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Studio Art at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

Marc Bobro performs in the desolation Americana punk band Crying 4 Kafka and is Professor of Philosophy at Santa Barbara City College.

Below Expo Line Overpass (1817 National Blvd) - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Joryharmsprivilegephoto

This is an endurance based performance with two equal sized weights (think cartoon triangular shape, not gym weights) that are attached to a structure that looks similar to that of the gallows (hanging podium) by a pulley system. One weight has two pulleys to lift it while the other has only one pulley to lift it. With my back to the audience, a nameless, faceless person representing the "other" groups of society, I will begin by lifting the one pulley weight up and down until I physically am unable to do so. With a short pause and a quick "costume" change, I will walk over to the next weight, now facing the audience, standing proud and representative of the privilege white male, I put on gloves and begin lifting the two-pulley weight, displaying (with arrogance) how much easier it is to lift. I will lift this weight up only once and then tie it to a support on the ground so that it stays suspended in air, take a bow and walk away. The piece will then stand as that, and "activated" sculpture displaying the inequalities in our society.

Currently, I am a MFA sculpture candidate at Cal State University in Chico, CA. I identify as a transgender male artist with interests in making and showing art that has a social agenda. Art that can spark dialogue for a change for the better. I am mostly interested in gender and sexual politics, but always try and broaden my scope, constantly learning and opening my mind to new stories and experiences of life.

National/Washington - 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

4 dancers, each on opposite corners at the intersection, listening to their own head phones and dancing. After some time, they notice each other and start “trading” dance moves across the intersection, with one dancer presenting a move and the other copying. Eventually two dancers cross to form 2 duets. They pass their headphones to their partner to let them hear what they’ve been listening to, and dance together, now influenced by their partners music inspirations. Again, some time passes, then the 4 dancers come together, listening to each other’s sounds and moving together. Perhaps they invite audiences to listen and move as well.

My work explores the intersection of lighthearted and deep. Tapping into the unconscious intelligence of our body, my creations prioritize intention and humanity, using movement to express what words cannot. I believe movement is inherently joyful, yet has the ability to resonate along the full emotional spectrum. This colors my choreography with creative contradictions and engaging theatrics. Driven by interesting stories, great music, and the complexities of the human condition, I design bodies in space and time through a process of physical investigation and childlike frivolity. I seek out collaborative processes with artists of different disciplines, with a goal for our work to serve as a reminder for what is possible when people join together in playful harmony.

National/Washington SW Corner - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Faithpurvey

I propose to sit on the SW corner of National and Washington under the large tree, inside a structure such as the one featured below: the more low-fi, the better. I will have signage for offering basic, simple human interactions for 5 cents. I will have a menu of available services with topics such as "wild card: pull a topic out of a hat" "anonymous 3 minute interaction" "sing a song together" "Go ahead and rant at me for 5 minutes"
with a few conditions of decency and polite interaction guidelines, with the only condition that nothing will be documented, recorded, snapped with an iphone, or posted on any social media.

Below Expo Line Overpass (8743 National Blvd) - 3:00 PM to 3:20 PM
Elliot reedrs

Elliot Reed is a performance artist and musician based in Los Angeles. He has shown internationally in Tokyo, Osaka, Paris, and London, in addition to presenting work at The Gene Siskel Film Center, The Broad Museum, The Hammer Museum, University of Southern California, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, FOKL Arts Center Kansas City, and other venues in Baltimore, Chicago, New York, Dowelltown Tennesee, Austin, Marfa, Tuscon, and Phoenix. in 2013 he founded Elliot Reed Laboratories where he currently serves as Director of Lab Operations and sole employee.

Andrew Dalziell is an Australian multi-intrumentalist musican, composer, arranger and sound designer. Now based in Los Angeles, he perfoms in a variety of dark, indie projects including Night Tongue with Carisa Bianca Mellado and solo act Concrete Veil. Andrew plays cello for Carisa Bianca Mellado, Songs for the Spirits, Native Fauna, David J (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets) and various chamber groups and drums and cello for Function Ensemble. Andrew has been drumming for over 18 years, performing with post punk, indie bands Tangrams, Junior Fiction and Henchmen in Australia. He also performed Japanese drumming with Taiko groups, Wadaiko Rindo and Australia Miyake Kai. He conducts a monthly sound bath at Liberate Hollywood with his band, Night Tongue. He is a composer for film and theatre.

Roving - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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ReReDuce urges you to become a Reducer and find out your carbon footprint, then REDUCE! While new tecnologies are wonderful, it will be decades until they take full effect. In the meantime, we must reduce our emissions! Do it for the kids!

multiple locations - 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Makingout.LA is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the designated site(s) (i.g.for LARC, it can be stores or buildings near the intersection of National and Washington Blvds) can view artworks via the makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near by the sites. (Visitors may access the website anytime but in order to view the artworks, they must be at the site and access the website.)

Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Roving, with a stop at the Wesley cul-de-sac (3498 Wesley St) - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

""Russian Thizdance"" is an alternate description for a tumble weed. Tumble weeds (known as Russian Thistle) are an invasive species brought to the American west by Russian immigrants. When they die they spread seeds by tumbling (roaming) across the landscape. I am interested in this process becoming a metaphor for artistic production. I would like to produce an approximate facsimile or prototype in the form of a durable steel sculpture. It will require a performative element in order to complete the work. I would be physically tumbling the work through the boulevards thus requiring variable locations. As the sculpture is tumbled it will accumulate road debris and detritus left over from foot traffic and gallery goers. This strategy in making riffs on the spirit of Duchampian chance and Rauschenburg combines simultaneously. The completed piece may read with bits of information yielding such possibilities as a shoe, necklace, tinsel, gallery postcards, fliers, wads of gum, tar, napkins, Cheetos bag, dollar bills, etc. "

http://www.cwawrinofsky.com/about/

National/Washington, East Corner, Mezzanine Level near the Elevator - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Mchaelrippensfree cafe icon

The cafe has historically been a place where artists and thinkers congregate to debate, collaborate, and freely exchange ideas. More recently, coffee shops opening in a neighborhood (along with art galleries) are seen as harbingers of gentrification and displacement and serve to highlight social and economic divides. By removing money from the act of sharing a cup of coffee or tea with a neighbor, The Free Cafe hopes to literally bring disparate individuals together around a table. By requesting ""suggestions"" from patrons in lieu of cash—written on bistro napkins then posted to a board and on social media—both active and passive dialogue can begin to address a host of issues affecting the cafe-goers on a personal, community or even country-wide level.

Between Expo Line and Co-opportunity Market & Deli - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Miggiewong

Choose a paper plane.
List one thoughtful note on the plane.
Be specific, be direct, be determine, and be sincere.
Fly the thoughtful plane to your desire destination while in Culver City; space/person.

Miggie Wong creates situation-based performance projects. As a native of Hong Kong, her intercultural experiences across several countries has diversified her artistic awareness coupled with her own ideals.As such, she offers whimsical experiments that explore and document ideas of social interaction, cultural mutation, radical hospitality, and acts of sincerity.

National/Washington, East Corner By the Corporate Fountain - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

a durational performance in which I spit water while adopting various poses frequently seen in female figures of public fountains.

Expo Line Underpass (8727 National Blvd) - 3:30 PM to 4:00 PM

I would like to propose a video installation in response to the continued absence of the word terrorism when addressing domestic non-Muslim crime. Would be a short looped projection which focuses on a stream of synonyms for the word terror/ terrorism. I would like to install this in a public setting, preferably on the streets of downtown Los Angeles, in response to recent cultural and political events including the white-supremacist's act of vehicular
manslaughter in Charlottesville Virginia.

"Joshua Hashemzadeh (b. 1993, Los Angeles, CA) has a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. His work, often varying in mediums, is built around an investigation of language and its linkage to, artistic connoisseurship, socio-economic hierarchies, and creative mysticism. Recent works have been featured in several exhibitions throughout the United States with
recent highlights being: Poster, Black Ball Projects, Brooklyn; LA Art Show 2017, Los Angeles; Enigma, MRG Fine Art, Los Angeles; LA Street Art Fair, Los Angeles; Critique of Reason, MRG Fine Art, Los Angeles; 32 Shades of Plastic, MRG Fine Art, Los Angeles; Our little Angle, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco; Tethered, Like Minded Salon, San Francisco.
(more info available at: http://www.jhashemzadeh.com/blog/)"

Helms Cul-De-Sac / Expo Bike Lane (3499 Helms Ave) - 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

our mini RV studio with solar array can facilitate a multi-camera live stream of musicians, interviews, real-time remixes

National/Washington, South Corner behind the tree - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Sir oliver bio with mix

a tree near the Madison Avenue entrance to Sony Studios (3949 Madison Ave) - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Tom dunn the hanged munchkin

A Munchkin hanged himself during the filming of The Wizard of Oz.

Various locations including along National Blvd between Venice and Washington (8828 National Blvd) - All Day
Jayerker

A visual and textual commentary on the self-involved life of a contemporary artist.

Jay is an idealist (libra/Leo/sag) who has developed a bit of a cynical attitude. Jay is trying to figure out how to be ok in this fucked up world.

Big Tree (at the intersection) - All Day
Tylerstefanich

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Under Metro line (near by the intersection) - All Day
Theo

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

La Dijonaise - All Day
Dahn

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Surfas (parking lot under construction) - All Day
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Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Palms Self Storage - All Day
Tingyinghan

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Arcana Books on the Arts (bookstore) - All Day
Chandler

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

HD Buttercup (furniture store) - All Day
Kimye

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Rejuvenation (lighting store) - All Day
Yoshie

Access makingout.la on your mobile phone at the designated locations to see artworks. makingout.la is a site-specific virtual exhibition of multiple artworks by Los Angeles-based artists. Visitors at the selected locations can view artworks via accessing makingout.la website on their mobile phone ONLY when they are near-by the locations.

makingout.la is co-developed and curated by Dahn Gim and Tyler Stefanich are artists based in Los Angeles. Both artists interest in delivering artworks outside of mainstream galleries and museums unconventional ways.

Roving - All Day
Anthonymosessancheznmyh

Guerrilla, drive-by interviews with artists of the show along the sites of the Road Concert about their work, inspiration and their heroes.

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A video-poem travelogue along the Expo Line (footage from the Line when it ended at National and Washington Boulevards). "Caution Palm" considers the palm trees, paparazzi, and fantasy of the Southern California landscape. The piece is one in a three-part video-sound art work titled, "Caution bomb," which uses the foil of a tree to rethink the Homeland Security phrase 'See Something, Say Something'. More info: http://danielleadair.com/caution-bomb.

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