Featuring local and regional artists through temporary exhibitions, permanent art installations, and cultural performances, the Art Program provides access to an array of contemporary artworks that reflect and celebrate the region’s creative caliber.
, a groundbreaking video art installation located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX Airport.
In her work, she utilizes imagery, sound, industrial materials and technology to create illusions of recognizable landscapes and environments that examine the notion of space/time as a measure of reality.
Filmed in the baggage handling area of LAX, two kaleidoscopic videos play back-to-back.
Located in the terminal’s arrival hall, See Change is accessible to the general public daily from 6 a.m. Filmed in the lapse of five years, moving images of crowds in public spaces are distorted through a lens; treated as a canvas, the video format is then cut and pasted weaving layers of different periods and places resulting in a color field composition of intervals of time within a space.
Monika Bravo, born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1964, has lived and worked in New York since 1994.
Joseph Santarromana has been creating single-channel videos, video installations, performance, and digital imagery since 1990.
His work is biographical, addressing the perception and construction of identities.We welcome you sending in any pictures or posting them on our Facebook page.For information on the program please contact Heidi Huebner at 424-646-8471 or email [email protected] mission of the Art Program is to present diverse and memorable art experiences to enhance and humanize the travel experience at LAX and LA/Ontario International Airports, and the LAX Fly Away® bus terminal in Van Nuys.First, 25 screens show the repeated image of a houseplant traveling on conveyor belts from the check-in counter to the baggage sorter.Then, the 25 screens simultaneously show 25 different versions of that journey. Patty Chang is well known for her performative works dealing with themes of gender, sexuality, language, and empathy.Video taken from cruises down dozens of Los Angeles residential streets are woven into a video fabric of diverse homes and communities.