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Refik Anadol & Peggy Weil — “UnderLA”

REFIK ANADOL (b. 1985, Istanbul, Turkey; lives and works in LA) is a media artist and director. He is a lecturer with the Department of Design Media Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles. PEGGY WEIL (b. Minneapolis, MN; lives and works in LA) is an artist working in interactive media, design, and public visualizations.

Origin of the LA River, North, 3rd Council District

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Refik Anadol & Peggy Weil — “UnderLA”

REFIK ANADOL (b. 1985, Istanbul, Turkey; lives and works in LA) is a media artist and director. He is a lecturer with the Department of Design Media Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles. PEGGY WEIL (b. Minneapolis, MN; lives and works in LA) is an artist working in interactive media, design, and public visualizations.

Historic 1st Street Bridge, East, 14th Council District

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Edgar Arceneaux — “The CENTER of the EARTH”

EDGAR ARCENEAUX (b. 1973, Los Angeles, CA; lives and works in LA) received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2001, and a BFA from ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, in 1996.

Cheviot Hills Recreation Center, West, 5th Council District

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Josh Callaghan & Daveed Kapoor — “Mast”

JOSH CALLAGHAN (b. 1969, Doylestown, PA; lives and works in LA) received his MFA in New Genres from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2005 and a BA in Cultural Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in 1992. DAVEED KAPOOR (b. 1979, Pittsburgh, PA; lives and works in LA) received a B.Arch from the University of Southern California in 2004.

South LA Wetlands Park, South, 9th Council District

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Mel Chin — “The TIE that BINDS: the MIRROR of the FUTURE”

MEL CHIN (b. 1951, Houston, TX; lives and works in Burnsville, NC) has exhibited work nationally and internationally, and is a featured subject in the popular PBS documentation program, Art 21: Art of the 21st Century.

The Bowtie, East, 1st Council District

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Candice Lin — “A Hard White Body”

CANDICE LIN (b. 1979, Concord, MA; lives and works in LA) received an MFA in New Genres at the San Francisco Art Institute and a double BA in Visual Arts and Art Semiotics at Brown University.

Westside Neighborhood Park, South, 10th Council District

Photo credit: Cali Thornhill Dewitt

Lucky Dragons — “The Spreading Ground”

LUCKY DRAGONS is an ongoing collaboration between LA-based artists Sarah Rara (b. 1983, Livingston, NJ; lives and works in LA) and Luke Fischbeck (b. 1978, San Francisco, CA; lives and works in LA).

Hansen Dam, North, 7th Council District

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Lucky Dragons — “Δ (Delta)”

LUCKY DRAGONS is an ongoing collaboration between LA-based artists Sarah Rara (b. 1983, Livingston, NJ; lives and works in LA) and Luke Fischbeck (b. 1978, San Francisco, CA; lives and works in LA).

Bee Canyon Park, North, 12th Council District

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Teresa Margolles — “La Sombra (The Shade)”

TERESA MARGOLLES (b. 1963, Culiacán, Mexico; lives and works in Mexico City) studied art at the Directorate of Research and Development of Regional Culture (DIFOCUR) in Sinaloa, and communication sciences at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in Mexico City.

Echo Park Lake, Central, 13th Council District

Photo credit: Sharon Suh

Kori Newkirk — “Prime”

KORI NEWKIRK (b. 1970, Bronx, NY; lives and works in LA) received an MFA from the University of California, Irvine, and a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

South Weddington Park, North, 2nd Council District

Photo credit: Alyse Emdur

Michael Parker — “The Ides”

MICHAEL PARKER (b. 1978, New York, NY; lives and works in LA) received a BA from Pomona College and an MFA from the University of Southern California (USC). He currently teaches sculpture at California State University, Long Beach.

Point Fermin Park, South, 15th Council District

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Kerry Tribe — “Exquisite Corpse”

KERRY TRIBE (b. 1973, Boston, MA; lives and works in LA) has had solo exhibitions at 356 Mission, Los Angeles; The Power Plant in Toronto; Modern Art Oxford, United Kingdom; and Camden Arts Centre, London.

Sunnynook River Park, Central, 4th Council District