and other human factors
In a city where bodies gain autonomy through their connection to their cars, we present a series of works that examine how we project identity, thoughts, and emotions through moving vehicles.
February 23, 2019, 6-10PM
A one night art experience that explores the collective mythology and culture of driving in LA. Autobodies draws meaning out of the faceless dance of a merge in rush hour, the muted violence of swiping a parking spot, and the meditation of a long road trip.
Autobodies features works by Miller Klitsner, Theo Triantafyllidis, Keith Allyn Spencer. , Isla Hansen, Tucker Marder, Jonathan Fletcher Moore, Kristin McWharter, Jack Turpin, Eric Fanghanel, Tuang T and Joaquin Barlow.
Collectively their work has been written about by Artillery, Neural.It and Artforum magazines; exhibited at Prix Ars Electronica, The Venice Bienalle, Walt-Disney Concert Hall, The Hammer Museum, Galeria De Arte Mexicano, Columbus Museum of Art, MoCA Cleveland, 2017 Athens Biennale, NWRW Forum in Dusseldorf, Sargent’s Daughters, and Young Projects. They are recipients of generous support from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, The Studio for Creative Inquiry and the Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape award.