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SKYLINE (March 10 -19, 2016) is a free, ten-day, biannual architecture, art and technology event that showcases site specific, future-forward, interactive installations that embrace Los Angeles’ ever-evolving cultural landscape. During SKYLINE, architects, designers and artists transform historic, hidden spaces within downtown Los Angeles into a unique experiential event for visitors and locals alike.
The SKYLINE installations are created by internationally recognized architects and artists both local and abroad including: Steve Lee (Aprilli Design Studio) + Meredith Sattler, Scenocosme (Gregory Lasserre & Anais met den Ancxt), Natasha Bajc, Ben Juckes, Alexandra Schioldager, Yan Krymsky (Yazdani Studio), Noam Saragosti, and more. All of the installations will be on view nightly from 6pm – 10pm (with few exceptions as noted on map guide and as posted online here).
SKYLINE aims to engage and educate the viewer through interventions specifically designed for individual sites. This results in an experience that draws attention to the architectural past, while providing a fresh, contemporary perspective.
SKYLINE exhibition spaces include unseen, unused, or underutilized locales in downtown Los Angeles. Sites selected showcase rooftops, private courtyards and lobbies, empty buildings and storefronts, and other unique architectural places that are often inaccessible to the public. These historic sites are easily walked by unnoticed, literally hidden from view, waiting to be exposed during SKYLINE. Uncovering these spaces via a self-guided walking discovery tour of downtown Los Angeles, combined with site-specific contemporary art and architecture interventions, exemplifies the SKYLINE experience.
We would like to thank our primary sponsors Arts Brookfield and Temporary Space LA.