High Beams 5
Come experience Revolutions Regenerator this weekend, an interactive project and collaboration between myself, Eugene Ahn, and with assistance from Alejandro Ordoñez, for one of Durden and Ray’s contribution for High Beams event on the top of the Bendix building in downtown Los Angeles this Saturday and Sunday night. Also check out Ben Jackel’s work from Durden and Ray the incredible work from all of the participating super stellar High Beams No. 5 artists!!
High Beams No. 5: Night Moves will feature wild, sexy art installations that will glow in the red light of the iconic Bendix building sign with a brilliant view of the city just beyond the displays of art.
Note: Only 40 people will be allowed on the roof at any one time, so entrance may be limited, but there are a number of other galleries in the building that will be open!
High Beams No. 5: Night Moves, will be the first two-day High Beams exhibition, and the first to be accessible only by foot. A collective of collectives created during the height of the pandemic, High Beams’ previous shows have been viewable from the safety of one’s car. Many of the artists creating works for Night Moves are responding to the breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles from the top of the legendary building.
Exhibiting artists: Eugene Ahn, Ismael de Anda III, Ilona Berger, Chelsea Boxwell, Nicolas Cienfuegos, Elizabeth Folk, Leslie Foster, Ricardo Harris-Fuentes, Iva Gueorguieva, Jamie Hamilton, Ariel Huang, Ben Jackel, Kellan Barnebey King, Sharon Levy, Kim Marra, Justin Michell, Robert Moya, Jorge Mujica, Hagop Najarian, Larissa Nickel, Liz Nurenberg, Laura Ricci, Molly Schulman, Karim Shuquem, Christina Shurts, Mitch Temple, Josh Vasquez, Andrew Wingler, and Surge Witrön.
Spaces represented: 515, CACtTUS, Durden and Ray, Last Ditch, LAST Projects, Monte Vista Projects, Museum Adjacent, San Francisco Artists Alumni, TSALA
Curators: Carl Baratta and Katya Usvitsky of TSALA; and Dani Dodge and Sean Noyce of Durden and Ray