Get us in your inbox

Search

'Skyline' aims to showcase LA art and architecture in an immersive way

Written by
Stephanie Morino
Advertising

If you're into art, architecture and scavenger hunts, the upcoming Skyline event—sponsored by Arts Brookfield and Temporary Space LA—is the perfect mashup for you. While not technically a scavenger hunt, the free event sends people out to discover ten installations that embrace LA's cultural landscape while also encouraging participants to immerse themselves in the city.

The installations are in buildings scattered throughout Downtown LA (don't worry, they're in walking distance from each other) which will be open to the public specifically for this exhibit. Since trying to see all of them in one night would make for quite a long adventure, only four installations will be open each night, from 6-10pm, March 10-19.

"During Skyline, architects, designers and artists transform historic, hidden spaces within Downtown Los Angeles into a unique experiential event for visitors and locals alike," said Melissa Urcan from LERATA, who is producing the exhibit.

One example is the installation Lumibolic (by Meredith Sattler and Steve Lee) which will be placed inside Bunker Hill’s Bank of America Plaza. The piece (see photo above) features an interactive LED light structure that responds to movement and sound, encouraging viewers to interact with it and each other.

If you think that sounds cool, there are nine more to see and explore. For more information, or to download guides for each exhibit, click here


Recommended feature

The 11 essential museums to visit in los angeles See the 11 essential museums to visit in los angeles

Latest news

    Advertising