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Joel Fox, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Jeepneys, Jmy James Kidd, Tara ONeil
Installations and Performances
July 26, 2014

One of L.A.’s most experimental and dynamic programming teams turned their curatorial eye to the Central Library to reimagine and respond to the Library’s space and/or collections. From a sound and dance improvisation inspired by a photograph of legendary choreographer Bella Lewitzky in the LAPL’s photo collection, to site-specific video installations (including one based on used books unearthed in a library book sale) these artists transformed various areas of Central Library into an interactive multimedia playground, allowing for a unique participatory experience.

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