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The following two months are crammed with live motion and dance performances since the Getty and collaborators all over Metro L.A. launching Pacific Standard Time: Live Art LA/LA, the festival’s live-performance component. The quantity and range of occasions is magnificent, nearly 30 of them, a few running over a few days or months and nearly all free. Downtown in REDCAT, a midsize artist functions with local choreographers for a functionality that involves giant palms, a volcano as well as other assorted colossal constructions. At Hollywood’s LACE, a team from Mexico runs on a video kiosk for a week, inviting locals to contribute dance moves into a video archive with a final al fresco screening of this outcome. East L.A.’s Ascot Hills Park hosts ritual processions and folk dances. In Monterey Park, the Vincent Price Art Museum is where five L.A. artists separately respond to your photography exhibition and collaborate with a last operation ritual. Plus in a secret outdoor location, a Peruvian American is conducting an “encounter.” Locate a complete lineup, places and other details in redcat.org/festival.
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