Noémie Despland-Lichtert & Brendan Shea
SAT MAY 19, 2-7:30P
Join us as we join the Spatial Awareness Network (SPAN) in their inaugural event: a 6.5-mile walking exploration of some of Los Angeles’ best rail, storm, and pedestrian infrastructure. Several guest speakers will present the past, present, and future of these places.
A BRIEF EXCURSION
SAT JUN 16, 4–10P
Take a voyage to explore the effects of eminent domain along the coastline of Los Angeles. A Brief Excursion No. 3 will traverse around the edges of LAX and include a guided urban exploration and an outdoor movie screening.
SUN JUN 24, 8–9P
SUN JUL 22, 8–9P
Browse free movies at Public Programming, a monthly series at 2426WW which pairs material from the public domain with emerging visual practices. Our guest in June, Maxime Lefebvre, curates and remixes figures, clouds, ‘scapes & environments through the sampling of images and ready-made objects.
THE ARCHITECTURE OF FOUR ECONOMIES
RIDE: SAT JUL 07, 2–7:30P
TALK: SAT JUL 14, 6–10:30P
Take our class this summer at the Free School of Architecture (FSA). It will be a 15-mile bike exploration of the dense, and often dark, matrix of social, spatial, and technical networks at The Port of Los Angeles. We’ll investigate Los Angeles through four other avatars—The Breakwater, The Terminal, The Dredge & The Corridor.
Screenings are events that collect, curate, and remix films. The series Public Programming is a monthly event—free and open to the public—that pairs new video from an emerging practitioner with an old video from the public domain.
Publications are a series of ongoing conversations with a variety of artists, architects, planners, geographers, writers, story-tellers, students, dog-walkers, archivists, musicians, kayakers, hikers, and neighbors.