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Go Native: Installed

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Dispersion, 2008 Live Moss, Acrylic Capsules, Silicone Tubing, Silicone, Acrylic Fittings, Hardware 180”w X 192”h X 180”d © 2008 Meeson Pae Yang. All Rights Reserved.
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Go Native: Installed
Curated by: Gallery 825

12619 Hawthorne Blvd.
Hawthorne, CA 90250
November 14th, 2007 - January 31st, 2008
Opening: January 5th, 2008 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Participating Artists include: Meeson Pae Yang, Susan Bolles & Friðgeir Helgason, Dan Goldman, Mary Linda Moss, Marcie Kaufman, Dori Atlantis and Karen Frimkess Wolff, Neil Fenn, Chie Yamayoshi, Laura Larson, Michele Jaquis and Jeremy Quinn, Rise Industries.

 

Building on the successes of Los Angeles Art Association’s Go Native Film Screening in September and the Go Native exhibition at Gallery 825 in October, Go Native: Installed is the third event associated with our L.A.-themed Go Native programming. This off-site exhibition encourages the development of persistence, effort, and risk-taking – all crucial characteristics of non-traditional exhibition environments. ABOUT GO NATIVE: As one of the oldest surviving non-profit arts organizations in California, Los Angeles Art Association is ideally poised to initiate a community discussion about the emerging artists' view of our shared cultural and civic landscape. Toward that end, we are please to announce “Go Native,” a multi-media project focused on giving local emerging artists the opportunity to comment on LA's cultural and socio-economic landscape, while enhancing and advancing the important role that these artists play in our shared civic, economic and cultural development. Gallery 825 LAAA.org