"Have You Been Hacked?" The Artist Behind the M&M's Responds
“I don’t want to eat M&M’s anymore,” said one of my new colleagues on my first or second day in the office—I don’t quite remember. A few other coworkers chimed in, and this comment evolved into a larger conversation. Why so much distaste toward one of my favorite candies?
3 Questions with Eckhaus Latta
Throughout Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only, we'll feature Q&As with several of the artists in the exhibition. Eckhaus Latta is a fashion design label that takes an experimental approach to the production of clothing.
3 Questions with Margaret Honda
Throughout Made in L.A. 2016, we'll feature Q&As with several of the artists in the exhibition. In advance of her film screenings here on July 6, we speak to Made in L.A. artist Margaret Honda about Los Angeles and the history of cinema.
3 Questions with Fred Lonidier of Labor Link TV
Throughout Made in L.A. 2016, we'll feature Q&As with several of the artists in the exhibition. Next week we screen two films about labor—Matewan and Maquilapolis—a subject close to the heart of Made in L.A. artist and activist Fred Lonidier. Both films will be followed by discussions with the artist.
3 Questions with Aram Saroyan
In advance of his public program on June 21, we asked Aram Saroyan—the author of Made in L.A. 2016’s subtitle—about L.A.'s influence on his work and how he approached creating a poem that set the tone for an exhibition.