“White is the reflection of all colors, yet has the distinction of none. It is simultaneously complete and empty.” says Kim. Informed by her Korean heritage, Kim designs in a palette of white to express simplicity and subtlety. “Working in monochrome quiets the larger details and allows nuances to step forward, making more legible the variances in tone and shade. Much is hidden in plain sight, discovered only when one learns to see. I use white fabrics to evoke lightness, and to inspire moments of dreaming.” Dosa Summer 2014
at 4:00pm - 8:00pm Join Fallen Fruitt and Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) at Levitt Pavilion, from 4:00-6:30pm. They will make fruit inspired art with Fallen Fruit and celebrate the Urban Fruit Trails’ newly planted fruit trees in MacArthur Park!
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Check out ths KCRW interview to find out how the First ever LA River campout went :) http://www.kcrw.com/news-culture/shows/design-and-architecture/angelenos-claim-public-space-at-the-beach-and-at-the-river
The Skirball Cultural Center is pleased to present an exhibition project with the Los Angeles–based art collaborative Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young). Fallen Fruit’s community-based projects use fruit as a medium to explore social engagement. The themes of generosity and sharing that guide their work align with the Skirball’s mission of hospitality, equality, and civility.