A performed poetical pet-free potential little adventure to be walked head-on in the very ignorant company of Dominique Gilliot, a French artist who, although she doesn’t know shit much about this part of the town (nor about Los Angeles as a whole either), has got a (naïve yet mind-stimulating) lot to say about it. Mesmerizing interpretations, blurred impressions, accurate sensations (+ depending on the weather, the artist might be wearing short pants).
Don’t go gee-crossing nor g-walking during the tour, unless you’re strongly encouraged to do so by the artist (who will then wave an American flag from the other side of the street), achieve the reading of Walden (by Thoreau) back and forth a few days before the event. Bring some zucchini bread (as a gift for the artist) and a small bottle of water + sunglasses and a hat : you look very good, thank you so much for adding style to this casual and modest event that certainly doesn’t deserve your shining presence, but still you came, that is so nice of you, you’re a good person, you must have lots of friends, you should bring them with you, when you come to “A guided tour of a portion of a city that i don’t particularly know”.
Part 1 : Tuesday, April 30th at 6pm (30-45 thrilling minutes)
Part 2 : Wednesday, May 1st at 6pm (30-45 thrilling minutes)
These tours will begin at the Machine Project storefront.
The 2 parts are independent so you can either attend the 2, or just the first, or just the second, or none (but in this case, you won’t be able to complain later on).
It’s all in your pocket.