Art Exhibit: Bike Culture in Southern California

Exploring the effects of bikes on art and culture, Re:Cycle–Bike Culture in Southern California includes customized bikes, bike designs, and artist projects that use the bicycle and human-powered machines as both metaphors and realizations for restructuring human habitats. In the past few years, bicycle activists, advocates, and aficionados have proven to be vociferous in their desire for reimagining the urban landscape in the U.S. It is a reflection of a shifting value system that looks towards alternate means of transportation, the promotion of healthy lifestyles, and a cultural shift from consumption to sustainability.

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