a 504hours life performance in the public/civic space of Los Angeles

by Koebberling&Kaltwasser and students of the Art Center College of Design

from March 20th until April 10

Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan Avenue,

Santa Monica, CA 90404

An old car will be converted into two fully operational bicycles
during the course of a three-week performance at Bergamot station in
Santa Monica.

The artists Folke Koebberling and Martin Kaltwasser from
Berlin/Germany together with students of the Art Center College of
Design occupy several parking spaces and temporarily turn them into an
outdoor car-dismantling and bike-constructing workshop. When the bikes
are ready everybody is invited to make a ride on the carcycles.
Team: Aland Duke, Chris Ellis, Jion Hong, Yeonjoo Hong, Martin Kaltwasser, Folke Koebberling, Amy Sharp, Anna Takahashi


Tue-Sat 10AM – 5PM

Special action days:

Sat April 3r, 11AM-5PM

Sat April 10th, 11AM-5PM

Visitors are welcome to view the progress and to ride the bikes on April, 10th

Supported by:

Art Center College of Design, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Bergamot Station an many others.


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