'' Shaping the Past builds connections and showcases patterns that constitute a transnational memory culture at work to address systemic racism and sexism, social and economic exclusion, and legacies of colonial and state violence. Featuring works by artists, activists, and collectives from North America and Germany — all part of the Monument Lab Fellows Program — this exhibition broadens understandings and illuminates ongoing memory interventions that reimagine civil society. The spotlighted projects offer innovative and reparative models that highlight creative changemakers who are actively shaping the past and our paths forward.'' - Goethe.de
Shaping the Past can be viewed at the following times:
During Office Hours:
Monday–Thursday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Who’s Banksy? Clues about the mysterious artist! Slippery, provocative, mysterious.... Banksy, the British artist whose identity is still unknown, is considered one of the main contemporary street art icons. The Banksy street art exhibition "unauthorized" is now open in LA.
L.A.’s creative Culver City neighborhood, on 10113 Jefferson Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, EE. UU. - Building D