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Dawn Kasper will be giving a series of 24 consecutive one hour performances to one audience member at a time at the historic Hotel Shangri-la in Santa Monica. Each performance will be intimate and unique and could include (but are not limited to) watching television, singing a song, reading a book, walking around the hotel, ordering room service, making art, sleeping, taking a nap, telling a story, listening to records, drinking a beer, talking about the history of the hotel experience. No two performances will be alike, and all will take place in a room overlooking the ocean. The hotel was built in 1939 by architect William E. Foster and is a great example of Streamline Modern Architecture and Art Deco Design.
Shangri-La is a fictional locale described by author James Hilton in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon. In this novel, Shangri-La was an isolated earthly paradise populated by immortal and ageless residents. Four years after the novel was published a film adaptation of Lost Horizon directed by Frank Capra was released.
This event is part of Machine Project’s Field Guide to L.A. Architecture.