Cardboard Revival: South Bay Galleria, Redondo Beach is the third iteration of a nomadic installation I have shown at various exhibition spaces in Los Angeles. In the spirit of site-specificity, this version engages with and responds to the complex history of Redondo Beach. This includes visual design references to the Chowigna Tribe, Colonial California Style, Moonstone Beach, and Art Nouveau as well as recognition of the South Bay homeless community. The South Bay Galleria, a space that represents economic development, commerce and gentrification, is woefully at odds with the growing numbers of homeless people that are living in the area.
Photo by Kevin Break