It was my second time on campus, and first visit to the gallery, and navigating the campus was difficult (very bad signage). I believe it was Spring Break -- the only humans I saw were either the maintenance crew zipping around in carts or prospective applicants touring the campus and as lost as I was.
I should have just looked for the yarn bombed trees!
|Yarn Bombing Los Angeles|
Did these colorful fluffy balls lead me to the location?
|Edna Torres, yarn balls installation|
Darlyn's yarn bombed bench got me closer.
Following are some highlights of the exhibition.
|Darlyn Susan Yee, crocheted bench cover|
|Yarn Bombing Los Angeles, yarn bombed entry, interior of gallery|
|Diane Meyer, Class Two (detail), Hand-sewn archival ink jet print|
|Consuelo Jiminez Underwood, Run, Jane, Run!, Woven cotton, linen, fabric, barbed wire, CAUTION tape|
|Consuelo Jiminez Underwood, Mendocino Rebozo, Fabric, safety pins, glass beads|
|Delicious Taste, part of Re-Corded History, Mixed media|
|Mara Lonner, Privacy Burnout, Silk/rayon velvet devoré with mixed media|
|James Gobel, I Don't Know If I'm Coming or Going, Felt, yarn, rhinestones, acrylic on canvas|
|Jasmine Delgado, SFV Fabrication, Screenprint, fabric, embellishments|
|Miyoshi Barosh, Soft Intervention, Found afghans and polyester fiberfill|
|Mark Newport, Fman and Argyleman, both Hand-knit acrylic yarn and buttons|
|Ben Cuevas, Twitterstorm, Knit wool|
|Aubrey Longley-Cook, Runaway, Hand embroidered cotton thread on cotton cloth, 2 digital animations|
|Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, 14 Cetros, Wood and cord|
and hanging above Ojo de Dios, Wood, acrylic paint, polyolefin cord