What will become of L.A. in the next thousand years? Will it become a bustling utopia or a depraved abyss? Will technological advancements be able to help fix the problems with traffic, pollution and overpopulation or will the earthquake come and finally shuffle it off into the sea?
These were the questions posed to the artists participating in L.A. 3010 just before they allowed their imaginations to run wild with the possibilities. Open to the public, L.A. 3010 will give us our first glimpse into the many possible futures of the City of Angels during its reception on Friday March 26th 2010 from 7PM until 10PM. The exhibition will run until May 1st, 2010.
L.A. 3010 featured artists include:
Brandon Jan Blommaer, Dennis Brown, William Paul Buzzell, Paul Chatem, Evan Cummiskey, Dabs Myla, Honkey Kong, Giulio Iurissevich, Jacob Arden McClure, Chris Mendoza, Erik Nasinnyk, Terribly Odd, Chris Roth, Linnea Strid, Ric Stultz, Mario Wagner, and Peat Wollaeger