Comprised of three primary artists, we are an anonymous, LA-based team that creates free, participatory installations in unexpected urban sites. Seeing the city as muse and co-conspirator, we have installed pieces in a recently burned canyon, a narrow alley downtown, a working concrete factory, and in an abandoned swimming pool in Griffith Park.
We aim to connect Angelenos through poetic disruptions of everyday life.
We are grateful for the support of Fulcrum Arts, the Whiteley Institute, Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles Recreation and Parks, Culture Matters, and a number of beloved private donors.
Thank you also to the photographers whose work is featured on this site: Angeline Herron (Night Life LA), Mark Hanauer (Lost and Found LA), Michael Ray Wells (Petal Drop LA, Night Life LA (02)), Al Seib/LA Times (Griffith Park Teahouse), Jeff Adam Ingalls (Griffith Park Teahouse).