The City Re-Emerged When We Arrived

A collaborative project by Aurisha Smolarski, Doarn Mcgee and Somerset Waters
With special thanks to Federico Tobon

With
the use of video and music, the participants will bike their way
through Los Angeles on a visual and auditory journey from past to
present experiencing the once vital Los Angeles, a city boasting of
sustainable landscape, that has been taken over by the motor vehicle
and concrete landscape.

The purpose of this piece is to demonstrate the re-evolution towards a more lush green, more liveable environment.

When: March 18 – 21
Where: The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
Barnsdall Art Park, 4800 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Hours: 12-6 pm Thursday – Sunday
FREE

Closing Celebration on SUNDAY!

Participants
are encouraged to grab a friend, climb aboard the peddy cab and pedal
their way through history, listening to the sounds of violin/cello duo,
Telematique.

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