Tuesday, September 10, 2013


Sunday morning I went to Exxopolis by Architects of Air at Grand Park in DTLA.  It was amazing.  You just marvel at how light and some filtered plastic can create such beautiful imagery.  During some parts of the day, music is played and performance artists are within the tent, so as you walk around you're experiencing even more art.  I really recommend going to all LA residents.  It's in town for another week and a half.  If you have not heard of this exhibit, a short description is provided below.

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Since 1992, over 2 million visitors in 38 countries across 5 continents have immersed themselves in the spectacular, luminous world of Architects of Air, designed by Alan Parkinson.

Step into this interactive walk-in sculpture and immerse yourself in a luminous world of light, color and sound. As the opening event of The Music Center’s World City season, Exxopolis embraces the city’s many diverse communities and traditions through performances of Random Acts of World Culture. While exploring a dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes, encounter performances including a Brazilian berimbau, Japanese shakuhachi, Middle Eastern oud and many more.

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