The following two weeks are crammed with live motion and dance performances as the Getty and collaborators throughout Metro L.A. launch Pacific Standard Time: Live Art LA/LA, the festival’s live-performance component. The quantity and scope of events is magnificent, nearly 30 of these, some running over several days or weeks and almost all free. Downtown in REDCAT, a midsize artist operates with local choreographers to get a performance that involves giant palms, a volcano as well as other various colossal constructions. At Hollywood’s LACE, a set from Mexico supports a video kiosk for weekly, encouraging locals to contribute dance moves to a video archive with a closing al fresco viewing of this result. East L.A.’s Ascot Hills Park hosts ritual processions and folk dances. At Monterey Park, the Vincent Price Art Museum is at which five L.A. artists separately respond to a photography exhibition and collaborate on a final operation ritual. Plus in a key outdoor location, a Peruvian American is running an “encounter.” Find a complete lineup, venues and other details in redcat.org/festival.
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