CA: West Hollywood

WHERE: MAK Center for Art and Architecture.

WHEN: Thursday, October 04, 2012, 7:00-9:00 pm.

TITLE: Artists+Institutions Salon Remix

BRIEF ABOUT: In the Schindler House, conversations related to a site-specific culinary event at the historic Fitzpatrick-Leland House. The series investigates definitions and boundaries of power in the cultural sphere with invited participants representing multiple positions and interests in Southern California. Organized by MAK Center director Kimberli Meyer with artists David Burns of Fallen Fruit and Sara Daleiden of the Los Angeles Urban Rangers, the salons will also feature work of Los Angeles based artist, curator, and educator Sarah Beadle,  who with the collective ensemble Notch, who includes Miles Ake, Sarah Beadle, Selby Cole, Eben Goff, Emily Marchand, Jaymee Martin, Lesley Moon, Keith Pasko, Satomi Nagata, Elyse Reardon-Young, Roby Saveedra, Tiffany Smith, Noah Spindler, J.R. Valenzuela and  Sam Widaman) uses photography, architectural intervention and event production to challenge discourses of pleasure, power, and consumption.

     About: The Schindler House was built in 1922 by Rudolph M. Schindler, the esteemed modern architect and Viennese émigré. Regularly hosting artists, musicians, poets, writers and actors, Schindler and his wife, Pauline, quickly turned their home into a center for avant-garde art and inquiry. Today, the Schindler House remains a site for progressive art and thought, and is regarded as one of Los Angeles’s most beloved architectural and cultural landmarks. In partnership with the Friends of the Schindler House, the MAK Center seeks to preserve and promote the house and its grounds, as well as its legacy.

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