This is an ongoing installation piece that was originally part of the Artists' Tower of Protest. Below is one example of how the piece has been re-installed at site-specific properties around Los Angeles, CA.
Artists' Tower of Protest
Organized by LA><ART and the Getty Research Institute for the Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival
Curated by Cesar Garcia, LA><ART Senior Curator.
Details: Located in the vacant lot at Sunset and Hilldale
Admission: Free, stop by any time between January and March, 2012!
Location: Sunset Boulevard and Hilldale Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90069 Map
The Artists’ Tower of Protest was erected in 1966 on a lot on Sunset and La Cienega Blvds. as a symbol of collective dissent against the Vietnam War. It was conceived by the Los Angeles Artists’ Protest Committee, designed by sculptor Mark di Suvero, and was surrounded by hundreds of artist-designed panels. The Artists’ Tower of Protest will be re-staged to reflect on this important historical moment in Los Angeles and to open a dialogue about the role of arts activism today. Curated by Cesar Garcia, LA><ART Senior Curator.