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Opening Reception for Wall Works: Horizon

Wednesday, Nov 5, 2014  ALL DAY iCal

On view November 5, 2014 – January 10, 2015

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Silvina Babich, Tule reed and ink drawing of the Ballona wetlands, 2014

Wall Works connects international artists to local students. For Horizon, Silvina Babich and Alejandro Meitín of the Argentinian collective Ala Plástica asked over 500 K–12 students from the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District to look out on the horizon and draw what they saw. Equipped with natural drawing tools made from trimmed Tule reeds, cardboard viewfinders, and Sumi ink, the students produced hundreds of observational drawings that form a collective horizon of diverse perspectives on our environment. The drawings are installed in Bergamot Station’s G-Hallway.