Williams, Janette. ‘Hope for Heritage,’ Pasadena Star-News, Wed. June 22, 2011 (reproductions).
Artists’ Tower of Protest Mark di Suvero Organized by LA><ART and the Getty Research Institute for the Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival Curated by Cesar Garcia, LA><ART Senior Curator Originally conceived by the Los Angeles Artists’ Protest Committee and designed by sculptor Mark di Suvero, The Artists’ Tower of Protest was […]
The Fellows of Contemporary Art Curator’s Lab Exhibition presents Site as Symbol At the FOCA Gallery April 9 — June 4, 2011 EXTENDED TILL JUNE 11, 2011 Los Angeles is represented to the world in carefully constructed ways, but those who have spent significant time here have a unique relationship to its complexity. An architect […]
May 20 — June 24, 10am — 5pm M-F ART NIGHT OPENING RECEPTION: May 20, 6–10pm at SIDE STREET PROJECTS 730 N. Fair Oaks Ave. Pasadena, California 91103 Survey West Collaborative engages architecture and site symbolically as they collapse past, present and future in their large-scale outdoor installation, This House has a Bright Future. […]
This House Has a Bright Future was guided by extensive research of Side Street Projects plot’s history, from the Victorian era to today, celebrating each distinct time period and exploring the shift in societal priorities between them all. We sourced Victorian wallpaper samples, which was used to print our limited edition poster and was transformed […]
Survey West Collaborative finds inspiration and research from multiple sources, these images reflect a typical SWC meeting with lots of books, popcorn, fizzy water, and the bowl which helps us sort out all of our ideas!
Behind the scenes of production in Ziperstein’s studio on This House Has a Bright Future, 2011.
Survey West scaffolding planning, rough model. March 2011
The Fellows of Contemporary Art Curator’s Lab Exhibition presents Site as Symbol curated by Survey West Collaborative Art the FOCA Gallery April 9 — June 4, 2011 Site-specific event in conjunction with the exhibition: Evening of Projections with Pat O’Neill at Lookout Mountain Studio, Pasadena Sunday May 1st, Limited to 50 spaces, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org […]
Plying the P.E. Trail: Bisecting L.A.’s Edge, was a bicycle tour lead by reluctant urbanist and ecological ethicist Claude Willey along the Pacific Electric Inland Trail on Sunday, June 5, 2011. Furthering the connections between the city and metaphor by explored in the Site as Symbol exhibition, Claude Willey lead a bicycle ride along […]