The Aqueduct Futures Exhibit reveals the hidden impacts of the Los Angeles Aqueduct and proposes a radical remaking of the City’s distant watershed to achieve lasting peace between the City and Owens Valley.
Aiming to inspire civic imagination about opportunities to revitalize the Aqueduct, work from the Aqueduct Futures project will be featured in After the Aqueduct, at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (Hollywood) in March 2015. Casting a fresh look on the emergence of urban Los Angeles catalyzed by the massive transfusion of water via the Aqueduct, this group show (curated by Kim Stringfellow and Barry Lehrman) provides a unique view into the connections between water, energy, ecology, economics, and culture in California as interpreted by landscape architects, artists, and photographers.
To learn more about the process and development of the project, please check out our blog.
An opening reception will be held on Wed. March 4, 2015. Details to follow.
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