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Artbound

The Third Life of the Hollywood Sign

The Hollywood Sign, which in First L.A. advertised a real estate subdivision, Hollywoodland, and in Second L.A. a globalized film business, now might as well be a billboard for the Third L.A. Residents and tourists make a kind of pilgrimage to the sign in search of a proper place to take a selfie and tag themselves as having been there. Those who take the pilgrimage encounter obstacles of technology — a Google maps itinerary that has been rigged by agreements between the city and Google to direct pedestrians to the terraces of the Griffith Observatory to see the sign — and of neighborhood opposition, as residents on the pedestrian routes to the sign complain that their formerly quiet sidewalks are now overrun. This is the Third L.A. — this mix of technology and obstructionism, these battles over access and shared space.

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Afrofuturism
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56:34
Artbound

S7 E1: The Mundane Afrofuturist Manifesto

"Artbound" profiles five emerging artists whose work explores the intersection of race, class, identity, and aesthetics.
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55:19
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S6 E7: MOCA - Episode 3

This "Artbound" special episode, in partnership with MOCAtv, features The Museum of Contemporary Art's current programming.
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S6 E5: State of Creativity

Using key data from the newest issue of the Otis Report on the Creative Economy, this "Artbound" special explores the vibrant network of creativity in Southern California.
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56:22
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S6 E4: Monomania L.A.

A new series of short documentary films profiles four L.A. as Subject collectors who have obsessively focused on a narrow slice of Southern California history.
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Episode
58:26
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S6 E3: Steel Modern

Artbound explores the architectural past and present in Southern California.
Tijuana Galleries
Episode
56:53
Artbound

S6 E2: Borderlands

Artbound explores arts along the U.S.-Mexico border.
American Purgatory
Episode
55:32
Artbound

S6 E1: American Purgatory

Artbound explores the paintings of Marc Trujillo, Kim Stringfellow’ s Mojave Project, Dave Lefner’s colored wood block prints of neon signs, and the subculture of Brazilian cholos who emulate lowrider culture from East Los Angeles.
America Deserta
Episode
53:30
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S5 E8: America Deserta

Travel to Southern California’s desert regions with an episode of "Artbound" that includes work by visual artist Diane Best, the Date Farmers from Coachella, and Hillary Mushkin’s Incendiary Traces.
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58:00
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S5 E7: Social Practice

Artbound explores Social Practice arts, featuring: Olga Koumoundouros' occupation of foreclosed homes in Los Angeles; The Workers' Rug/La Alfombra Del Trabajador, an art project by day laborers, organizers affiliated with IDEPSCA, artist Katie Bachler, and Jade Thacker, and the Craft and Folk Art Museum; Public Matters’ Market Makeover project addressing the "grocery gap" in "food deserts," areas that have limited access to quality, healthy food; the collective Fallen Fruit, who map local public fruit trees, encouraging us to rethink our relationship to food and public space; and a performance by Moses Sumney.
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28:35
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S5 E6: Bukowski Reads Bukowski

Artbound digs into the KCET vaults to uncover a gem from the early 1970s. Iconoclast writer and poet Charles Bukowski reads from his work to a live audience. Also featuring candid behind the scenes footage.
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