Where is a Utopia of Southern California? An Exchange with Members of the Llano Del Rio Collective

Wednesday, May 28, 2014  7pm–8pm iCal

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Detail of mural created at the Biome Re-imagining Workshop
Map Other LA
The Llano Del Rio Collective's Map For An Other LA (2010), available through Half Letter Press

Celebrate the release of the Llano Del Rio Collective’s newest guide, Utopias of SoCal, at this “Pecha Kucha”-style exchange. Llano Del Rio Collective members Lara Bank, John Burtle, Sandra de la Loza, Ken Ehrlich, Hector Gallegos, Robby Herbst, Kelly Marie Martin, Tom McKenzie, Janet Sarbanes, Erin Schneider, and Kimberly Varella share fast-paced, image-driven presentations about their working concepts and critical reflections upon the practice of manufacturing ideal states.

Since 2010, the Llano Del Rio Collective has produced guides to Los Angeles, including Map For Another L.A., Scores For The City, An Antagonists Guide To The Assholes of LA, and Utopias Of Socal. These guides are distributed for free to county residents. The guides and the Llano Del Rio Collective’s members hope to “ expand cultural, social, and political imagination of Los Angeles,” and “aim to frame practices, rather then be a practice.”

Where is a Utopia of Southern California? is a part of SMMoA’s Park Studio: Tree House Public Program series.