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Interior Void: a room for collaborative contemplation

Exploring the tension between surface and substance through a multidisciplinary practice, David Lucien Matheke combines painting, kinetic sculptures, and participatory environments to create silent spaces for collective introspection.  Invoking ideas of sterility and preservation through works on paper, mixed media sculpture, sound, and performance, Matheke culls inspiration from thinking about ‘the confrontation…

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Expanding Cities via New Media

A temporary series triangulating multiple cities simultaneously, Expanded Cities hosted telematic events at Sediment Arts in Richmond, Virginia, Mexicali Rose in Mexico, and Curio Studio in Venice, California. Commencing for the week on Friday 10.3, Expanded Cities featured a roster of visual and sound artists…

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Weekly WOAH | Oct 9-15

Weekly WOAH | Oct 9-15

// Thursday, Oct 9 Amir Nikravan x Scott Benzel, at Various Small Fires, Hollywood. Citing Photoshop’s command collapsing visible layers into one conglomerate layer, Merge Visible features perception-bending 2D paintings & sculpture from Amir Nikravan. In the courtyard, Scott Benzel presents site-specific sound installations Inverted Capitol…

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Weekly WOAH | Oct 2-8

Weekly WOAH | Oct 2-8

// Thursday, Oct 2   Hyung Su Kim/Hyo Jin Kim: Madame Freedom, at REDCAT, DTLA. The Seoul-based multimedia collaboration presents the US premiere of their immersive performance, synthesizing interactive dance with opulent video installations.  Tickets. performances: 10/2-10/4 8:30pm & 10/5 7pm A Stone For Jack Parsons, at…

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BYOB – LA III

BYOB – LA III

WOAH, mobile broadcast studio Experimental Half-Hour, and Curate LA’s Shelley Holcomb, team up with multidisciplinary artist complex Werkärtz to present the latest edition of BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) Los Angeles: BYOB-LA III. A worldwide series of one-night-exhibitions curated around the world, BYOB is an…

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Weekly WOAH | Sep 18-25

Weekly WOAH | Sep 18-25

// Thursday, Sep 18  Multitude Room— Reclaimed Water by Devon Tsuno, at Art Merge Lab, West Hollywood. Inaugural Multitude Room event, a project devoted to exploratory artist installations. This series feat Tsuno’s wallpaper work based on patterns of streams & currents, alongside risograph prints and paintings. opening…

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Weekly WOAH | Sep 11- 17

Weekly WOAH | Sep 11- 17

// Thursday, Sep 11  Los Angeles Plays Itself, at Cinefamily, West Hollywood. Thom Andersen’s 2003 film comprised entirely of clips shot in LA chronicles the city through the screen from silent films to now. 7:15 & 10:45pm Gob Squad: Super Night Shot, at Redcat, DTLA. 8:30pm Sep…

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Weekly WOAH | Sep 4-10

Weekly WOAH | Sep 4-10

// Thursday, Sep 4  Afterglow Summer Video Series, at Pieter Performance Space, Lincoln Heights. LA.-based video artists Harry Dodge and Aimee Goguen present the second iteration of the series feat. 45+ videos by emerging and established artists. 8pm Music & Performance Art, at Human Resources, Chinatown. Michael…

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Weekly WOAH | Aug 28 – Sep 3

Weekly WOAH | Aug 28 – Sep 3

// Thursday, Aug 28    Everything Is Festival: The 5th Dimension, at Cinefamily, West Hollywood. Everything Is Terrible’s Memory Hole Art Opening feat live performance by Jib Kidder.  Throughout the fest crawl through the Memory Hole installation (see below) and Oculus Rift art show (above)…

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Weekly WOAH | Aug 21-27

Weekly WOAH | Aug 21-27

// Thursday, Aug 21  World Premiere Encore: Bill Plympton’s Cheatin,’ at Downtown Independent, DTLA. Bill Plympton’s 7th animated feature follows the fateful romance of Jake & Ella— &the fight through deceit to reclaim their destiny.  With over 40,000 drawings, the film is a surrealist love…

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