Walking Places: A Walk in East L.A
with Sesshu Foster
Date & Time
June 23, 2013, 1pm
Machine Project

Artist Ken Ehrlich and Sesshu Foster will lead a participatory walk through East L.A. Topics will include poetic interruptions, displaced monuments, the named, unnamed and unnameable.

This event is part of a four-part series Walking places: Four Walks in Los Angeles , a series of playful, absurd, critical and activity-based walks in different parts of the city that will examine the architectural landscape up close and reveal Los Angeles as a space of ghosts, projections, limits and possibilities.

Please be prepared to walk for approx. two hours. Think footwear, hats, sunscreen, water, and whatever else you’ll need to wander for a good bit.

6/9 // 1pm – A walk in Venice with Erin Schnieder
keywords: Participatory mapping, cultural sites, audio interludes

6/16 // 1:30pm – A walk in Lakewood with D.J. Waldie
keywords: Single family homes, placemaking, reconsidering the suburban landscape

6/23 – A walk in East L.A. with Sesshu Foster
keywords: Poetic interruptions, displaced monuments, the named, unnamed and unnameable

6/30 // 1pm – A walk in in the shadows of Chavez Ravine with Maryam Hosseinzadeh
keywords: Contested geographies, public memory, urban parks and infrastructure

This event is part of Machine Project’s Field Guide to L.A. Architecture.