7th House of the Zodiac, LIBRA — Sept. 22 — Oct. 21 **** The transmigratory portal which opens on the Fall Equinox sets the stage for renewed fervor as we channel a lighthearted approach through Libra season. Just like everything else that is abnormal about 2020, moments of shock and awe generated by planetary clashes […]
6th House of the Zodiac, VIRGO — Aug. 22 — Sept. 21 **** As we approach Virgo Season at the end of August, our mentality shifts into this earth sign’s house for the next several weeks, adopting a more calculated stance for timely affairs — yielding both positive and negative outcomes. Earth signs as a […]
5th House of the Zodiac, LEO — July 23 — Aug. 22 **** Our strength to continue the political activism with covid-19 into the long summer months, with vitalized fatigue will remain a mystery to us all for years to come. Being under immense pressure, we’re all turning into the rare gems that the universe […]
Judy Baca’s Influence Radically Dictates an Acute Manifestation of History in The Great Wall of Los Angeles
Cement and asphalt comprise main factions of Los Angeles’ urbanscape. Compartmentalizing dwellings to inhabitants, corresponding endless routines intertwining and flowing in simultaneous congregation. What stands apart from LA’s concrete vernacular from other major metropolitan areas is “The History of California” aka the Great Wall of Los Angeles -colloquially known as the LA river murals.
McDonald’s Hamburgers fast-food chain will be turning 69 on December 12, 2017. What does this Americana approach to eating on the go say about our history and relationship to food and seizing “the dream”? I reflect on a visit back in 2016 to the ‘Historic Site of the Original McDonald’s’ museum…as it garishly represents itself -and rightfully has the liberty to say-so. The disturbance of trying to keep the integrity of innovation family orientated submerged.
The proverbial context of “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” is laced with so many indirect depictions of truth that almost all humans can relate and find identification. There are a few artists who illustrate this direct translation and run with the concept in the most unlikely of places. Case in point, Tressa “Grandma” Prisbrey’s delicately constructed Bottle Village in Simi Valley, CA, where she began her passion project during the geriatrics stages of life beginning in 1956.
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