DnA takes a look at the gigantic art installations at the Southland's biggest secular ritual, Coachella, and asks, why are visual landmarks growing in size and importance at the annual music festival. With KCRW's Jason Bentley, and "lightweaver" creators Alexis Rochas and Andreas Froech, of Stereo.bot.
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Pastor Melvyn Ashley, Steve Wallet, Steve Lamb, Cindy Olnick, Robert Mace, Martin Fenlon, Chava Danielson and Capri Blountgather for the re-opening of the Bethlehem church on Compton Avenue in South Los Angeles designed in the mid-1940s by Modernist pioneer Rudolph Schindler and abandoned for several decades; DnA asks, how did Schindler come to design this radical church in that location at that time?
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