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Performance: Appetite Monument Movement #2 (Stimulant)

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Valley Plaza Recreation Center

12240 Archwood Street

Los Angeles, CA 91606

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Christopher Reynolds's second performance acts as an aggressive crescendo of gastronomic hunger. Although the work provides no relief for unsettled and unsatiated hunger, the performance serves as cathartic release of a monthlong suppression. Performances begin promptly at 1:45 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Capacity is limited; RSVP preferred, space given on a first-come, first-served basis.



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Parking is located in a lot off of Laurelgrove Ave. Please consider taking public transit, carpooling, or ridesharing when possible. Street parking is available on Laurelgrove Ave and Archwood St.

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RSVP is preferred. Please present your Eventbrite RSVP (either paper of digital) upon arrival.

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All parks are ADA accessible. Should you require additional information regarding ADA access or special consideration please contact Dyson & Womack at info@dysonwomack.com.

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All artworks are outside! Please dress appropriately, bring shade or sunscreen, a bottle of water, and comfortable shoes.

The CURRENT:LA Triennial HUB is located at the LA State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, LA 90012. Information about all triennial sites can be found there or at the CURRENT:LA FOOD website currentla.org.

For group booking please contact currentla@lacity.org.

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Valley Plaza Recreation Center

12240 Archwood Street

Los Angeles, CA 91606

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Organizer CURRENT:LA FOOD

Organizer of Performance: Appetite Monument Movement #2 (Stimulant)

CURRENT:LA FOOD presents new, temporary public art projects by 15 national and international artists and teams of artists who have taken on the global issue of food to highlight and encourage the discussion of topics such as: eliminating food deserts, supporting urban agriculture, improving food distribution systems, and strengthening food equity.

Commissioning art installations, performances, and events in public parks, CURRENT:LA FOOD aims to engage visitors in discussions about topics and issues that affect Los Angeles residents as well as the broader global community through the context of art and artmaking.

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