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December 2019

Skylar Haskard: RECESS 2019

December 13 - December 22

For this exhibit, Skylar Haskard has created numerous works under the working title, RECESS 2019. Subjects ranging from furniture to food are playfully addressed exploring the relationship between the body and the ‘everythingness’ of our material world. Sweatsuits temporarily hardened by school glue are seen alongside objects and materials that display little or no manipulation suggesting a statue-like importance. The autonomy of these items comes into question when gathered together and viewed as a whole, as is our relationship with…


JIJI | YOU (流) | flow | music for electric guitar

December 20 8:00 pm
Human Resources LA, 410 Cottage Home
Los Angeles, CA 90012

JIJI tells two stories: One, spinning Gulli Bjornsson’s story of capsizing and falling into the ocean, being tossed around in the waves as night approaches, and waves of sound consume the listener. Bjornsson’s dimmar oldur risa is inspired by an ancient Icelandic poem by Jónas Hallgrímsson. And secondly, her own piece Kintsukuo, after the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum. She wrote the…


Public Access Inclusive

December 26 - December 28

Opening reception: December 26, 2019, 7-10pm with a performance by Quamon at 9pm Exhibition dates: December 27 & 28, 12-5pm Public Access Inclusive is an on-going project between L.A. based artists Hyesung ii and Angel Ballesteros. The project was started with an idea of inclusion and to go against the exclusive culture of art and inaccessibility of its high-end notions in practice and celebration. PAI is about representing and supporting the communities and artists that are marginalized. This exhibition includes…


January 2020


January 4, 2020 - January 5, 2020

Saturday, January 4th 8pm 2020Sunday, January 5th 2pm 2020 A dance theater performance art piece journeys through trauma and the path to healing. It questions how we build tools to help ourselves. How does energy transmute? How do we handle life when it feels too much? Is meditation the next step to self-discovery? This piece poses many questions and shares non verbal stories, sound, film, a staged installation, dance and acting as a mode of new storytelling. Choreography, Direction, &…

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