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Encounter #43 | Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA
January 14, 2018 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Human Resources and Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA present ENCOUNTER #43
410 Cottage Home St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Sunday, January 14
4-7pm (followed by a communal meal)
Interdisciplinary artists from Los Angeles are joined by international guests to engage in a practice called Encounter, organized by Peruvian American artist Mariel Carranza. Encounters are durational, improvised, action/time/space-based performances inhabiting private studios, art venues, and public spaces across the city. For this festival, Los Angeles artists will be joined by international guests from Latin America and Europe for two durational performances: one indoors, and one outdoors. Audiences are invited to come and go as they wish, and a meal will be shared at the end of the performance.
John Burtle, Mariel Carranza, Rochelle Fabb, Douglas Green, Rebeca Hernandez, Benjamin Jarrett (USA/Hungary), Carol McDowell, Fausto Mendez Luna (Mexico), Lala Nomada (Mexico/Austria), Paul Outlaw, Graciela Ovejero Postigo (Argentina), Crystal Sepúlveda (Puerto Rico/USA), Cecilia Stelini (Brazil), Rossen Ventislavov, Allison Wyper
COST OF ADMISSION is a small contribution to the meal: a vegan soup that will be prepared on-site during the performance.
fresh herbs, canned diced tomatoes, carrots, onions, leeks, celery, sweet potatoes, potatoes, miso paste, garlic, cubed winter squash, mushrooms, ginger root, kale, vegetarian broth or stock, lemon or lime, bread, crackers.
(Encounter #44 will take place Saturday, January 20, 3-6pm at a public location TBA. For location, RSVP at http://
Production Management by Rhizomatic Arts.
Presented as part of the Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA, organized by REDCAT and supported by a major grant from the Getty Foundation. Pacific Standard Time is an initiative of the Getty. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America.
Learn more about the Festival at https://www.redcat.org/
This performance is supported in part by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.