LEFT/ RIGHT/ HERE
An Outdoor Art Experience
Part of Recovery Justice: Being Well
July 10, 2021 | 8:30 – 9:30 PM
3026 Airport Ave, Santa Monica, 90405
Lionel Popkin’s Six Positions on Uncertainty live performance will begin at 8:30 PM.
Where is here? Can we be together? Can we find stability amidst uncertainty? Join artists Lionel Popkin, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, Yrneh Gabon and Susie McKay Krieser, Lola del Fresno, Luciana Abait, Nicola Goode, and Debra Disman in a one-night only interactive drive-through outdoor art experience as part of the exhibition Recovery Justice: Being Well.
Begin and end your experience with a special screening projected onto the Hanger and live performance of Popkin’s Six Positions on Uncertainty, contemplating a ritual to aid in both grounding oneself as well as working through the idea of social isolation due to the pandemic. View vinyl murals including Gabon and McKay Kreiser’s Oneness, One Mask, One Love, One Heart?; Fresno’s The innocents (save a million lives); and Abait’s Mattress from Displacement Series on the Hangar’s Glider Wall outdoor gallery. Check out Kuiland-Nazario’s Sea Change Lab pop-wagon project, sharing interviews with community artists, children, and cultural workers regarding isolation. Disman presents a new video around self-compassion and book making, and Goode will be distributing a limited edition poster with images from Board-Ups, a project documenting storefronts of Santa Monica’s business district during the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests.
This is a live, in-person event. Masks will be required and LA County social distancing guidelines will be followed. Reservations are required.
You do not need to RSVP for each individual person in your party – parties should be limited to everyone in your own car. Each vehicle driver should register separately.
This event is conceived of as a drive-through event, but if COVID restrictions ease by the time the event occurs, we may allow limited groups out of their cars and into the galleries.