Projects

Artists’ Tower of Protest

    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 […]

Site as Symbol

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 […]

Evening of Projections with Pat O’Neill

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 foca@focala.org Time: […]

Plying the P.E. Trail: Bisecting L.A.’s Edge

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 the […]

This House Has a Bright Future

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. […]

On-site Kids’ Workshops, 2011

  Over the course of instal­la­tion and run of This House has a Bright Future, Sur­vey West Col­lab­o­ra­tive con­ducted three on-site work­shops with chil­dren in the NE Pasadena neigh­bor­hood. The por­traits that the kids painted were incor­po­rated into SWC’s mon­u­men­tal instal­la­tion by lin­ing the entrance to the piece, cre­at­ing the foyer for the implied architectural […]