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New Netflix Campus Debuts Five-Story Sequin Art Installation | Variety

By Pat Saperstein, Variety Dec 1, 2020 A massive new art installation is adding sparkle to Netflix’s new campus on Vine Street just south of Sunset Boulevard. On Tuesday, the On Vine complex unveiled Spectrum, a five-story tall portrait made of 39,000 metal sequins, designed by artist Maggie West. The unveiling can be seen online starting at 10 a.m., featuring interviews and aerial views. West has worked with…

Large-scale public art installations land at One Paseo| Del Mar Times

By KAREN BILLING OCT. 14, 2019 8 AM “Come One, Come All” reads artist Celeste Byers’ new sunrise-colored mural at One Paseo. The welcoming message on one of One Paseo’s interior walkways was one of several public art installations completed last week, with more art to come as the mixed-use property is developed. Art plays a role throughout the Carmel Valley center, from the…

“Lost in the sky ” at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminal 7 Gallery, Departures “Lost in the sky ” curated by Lauren Albrecht, DPA Fine Art Consulting

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Hollywood is transformed into the workplace of the future

January 9, 2016 The Los Angeles Times By Jessica Ritz How can an almost 80-year-old broadcasting building steeped in Hollywood history relate to how we work and live now? The design of NeueHouse, a hybrid coworking facility and social club aimed at enterprising creative professionals, reveals many connections between past and present within the former West Coast headquarters of CBS. “We’re all…

Refik Anadol’s new “data sculpture” unveiled in San Francisco

December 7, 2015 Archinect Nicholas Korody The first permanent publicly-viewable artwork by Refik Anadol, a media artist known for his immersive, site-specific light installations, was recently unveiled in San Francisco. Virtual Depictions: San Francisco, a series of “data sculptures” based on a publicly-available dataset, occupies a 40 ft. screen in the lobby of 350 Mission and involved collaborations with the building’s architects, Skidmore, Owings and Merill, and developer, Kilroy Realty….