I almost went to see that here in Santa Monica, CA. But found out to late
and had plans that weekend. The interesting part when I first saw it
driving by the area, was that it was set up out in one of the beach parking
lot. The structure it was in was made up of a whole bunch of shipping
containers. I didn't see much more than the outside, which wasn't set up to
look pretty, rather it looked more like an impermanent structure ready to
move out on a whim. I thought it set the stage well for a nomadic type
display. Wish I could have seen the inside though.
I checked this out in SM, it was a photo/film exhibit that was subtly
lit with Mexican
beach stones lining a path throughout. Cloth strips hanging from the
ceiling for texture
and to soften the acoustics for the ethereal ambient soundtrack that
I spoke with one of the 'assemblers' while they were stacking the
containers. He mentioned
that the museum was build with locally acquired materials, to reduce the
An interesting idea, but it didn't look like it had much seismic integrity.
We Angelenos think about these things.
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