High and Dry is inspired by free-play sites such as the junkyard playgrounds of the sixties and seventies and Barrie's recent investigation into the genesis of vertical skate culture and the locations it occupied.
For Engagement Party Art Talk, MOCA has invited The Public School to present discussions about isolation, monitoring, and habitability against a backdrop of dissolving social institutions, familial structures, employment, and more.
For the first of three MOCA events, CamLab will transform two adjoining spaces in the museum, encouraging visitors to oscillate between immersion and agency as they occupy the various perspectives proposed by the installation.
Lawrence Weschler, the biographer of Robert Irwin and David Hockney and former staff writer for the New Yorker, will discuss Uncanny Valley, his latest collection of political tragedies and cultural comedies.
Ulysses Jenkins' Black Gold Fever, a multi-media performance ritual utilizing video projections, dance, music and spoken word, is a reinvention of Columbus Day: a doggerel, which was originally performed at LACE in 1980.
Join the Los Angeles Urban Rangers for an activity-filled hike to the Los Angeles River. Participants will journey through the riparian corridor of art, industry, and infrastructure to explore the past and future of the L.A. River.
A Night of Growth and Discovery will be an unforgettable night for art in Los Angeles; we have over 20 artists involved in different capacities, it will be a performance festival in a benefit disguise.
"Through the Grapevine: Streams of Transit in Southern California's Great Pass" explores the stretch of land, from the far edge of Los Angeles to the Central Valley, that serves as an artery for the transit of goods and people,