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Last-look: Songs of Convenience & Melancholy

Working between media and place, Zuzanna Czebatul extends cognitive possibilities and relational aesthetics through the sculptural architectures of her installations. Reconfiguring spatial representations, Czebatul maps environments that read as site-specific studies from an aerial perspective. Towering high above MacArthur Park, the contours of the corner-tucked…

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Last-look: The Outdoor Type

To me the most effective installations are those exploring the intricacies of the infinite. They are visceral and self-directed— partial parables— erecting and placing us in moments of reflexion contemplating the fluidity of perception and probing open the inconsistencies designed within exhibitions. Angeleno emblem Mark Hagen…

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Last-look: Let Power Take A Female Form

As a woman contributing to a critique where aesthetics are often over-intellectualized and women making art, or shows starring an all female cast, are too often overtly deemed to be ‘about feminism’ by anatomical default— it’s compelling to come across an exhibit where the ‘female…

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Last-look: Lovely Dark

Within the crisp sun-drenched irregular walls of the former Regen Projects HQ hang recent works by Yale’s 2015 MFA Photography Graduates. Curated by interdisciplinary artist and Regen staple, Jack Pierson, the show features ten artists whose works vary in form and content but share a…

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VideoSonics

A newly established platform for audiovisual remixes, our live-score collaboration with Cinefamily returns under the guise VideoSonics. This time we accentuate the dazzling effects visible through reconfiguring auditory schematics. Creating another acoustic space for cinematic narratives to unfold, these artists place us in a new kind of…

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Last-look: A Guide to Benefits

Entering NY-based artist Martin Basher’s solo show, A Guide to Benefits, I am immediately self-conscious of things I forgot to buy: hand sanitizer and mouthwash are set in front of the first crisp gray gradient that greets me and perpetuates Basher’s body of paintings. The…

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Last-look: Papercut

Czech artist Ira Svobodová nails her LA solo show debut with the sculptural paintings showcased in Papercut. With seamless edges and a pristine neutral palette cut with flashes of rich blues and peaches, the acrylic on linen works glide into space like paper planes. Hovering…

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Uncontrollable A/V: Towards a New Live-Score Aesthetic

The first edition of AUDIODROME infiltrates the iconic site of a former Silent Movie Theatre with it’s series debut Vol. 1: Terminal Vortex tomorrow at The Cinefamily. Just as video— and music alike— have entered a new development stage with an inclination towards the digital environment, the concept of…

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AUDIODROME: Terminal Vortex

Introducing AUDIODROME: a new playground for presenting forward-thinking audiovisual remixes. Premiering at the Cinefamily next Thursday, the event series debuts with Vol 1: Terminal Vortex. The first iteration doubles as a platform for showcasing new audiovisual cohabitations and as the official record release soiree for Kid606’s latest beats on Tigerbeat6. Synthesizing audio infusers…

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  • Suzy Poling

    Suzy Poling

  • Sera Lindsey

    Sera Lindsey

  • Ariana Papademetropoulos

    Ariana Papademetropoulos

  • Christopher Reid Martin

    Christopher Reid Martin

  • Doty/Glasco

    Doty/Glasco

  • Jordan Minardi

    Jordan Minardi

  • Pilar Zeta

    Pilar Zeta

  • Lani Trock

    Lani Trock

  • Suzy Poling

    Suzy Poling

  • Doty/Glasco

    Doty/Glasco

Semiospheres: A Pop-Up Show

In conjunction with the release of The WORK Magazine’s collaboration-focused print Issue No 7, we co-host the one-night show Semiospheres. Shaping an intermedial conversation between contributors from the latest issue alongside LA creatives, Semiospheres brings together interdisciplinary artists whose individual practices inform a structure and unity supported by another. When placed in…

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