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Everything Loose Will Land

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Of all the Pacific Standard Time Presents shows on right now, there is a small exhibit at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House that has garnered a big response. It is called “Everything Loose Will Land.” The name is borrowed from Frank Lloyd Wright’s: ‘Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles,’ but, as Lavin explains on this DnA, it also refers to the “looseness” of the experimental artists and architects as they played with form, materials and societal expectations.
Credits

Guest:
Sylvia Lavin - Professor at UCLA's School of Architecture and Urban Design

Host:
Frances Anderton

Producer:
Frances Anderton

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