For The Cries of San Francisco, artists hawked their goods and services by calling out into the gallery and the city streets.
This guide provides a subjective geography of Los Angeles by pointing to pockets in which alternate ways of living in the city are evident, if sometimes unseen.
In the spring of 2009, Michael Parker enrolled in a sixteen-week course at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, collaborating with a class of fifty men who wanted to become Electrical Linemen.
Through actions ranging from gathering sidewalk soot to designing rulers based on the lengths of participants’ feet, Futurefarmers: Intervals explored methods of learning about oneself and the world by walking.
Scores for the City documents interventions that temporarily altered public space in Los Angeles, and proposes scores for future actions.
Scores for the City documents interventions that temporarily altered public space in Los Angeles, and proposes a score for future actions.