"No Movement" (January 18 - February 26, 2021)
Updated: Aug 25
Artist: Erin Fussell
"No Movement" celebrates and critiques the Streamline Moderne architecture of the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station that emphasizes speed at the early stages of car culture. Today as we in greater Los Angeles deal with extreme commutes and traffic issues and also continue to enjoy our mobile independence, how much has changed since the 1930's when it was constructed? How might we shift in our thinking as we deal with changes in climate, relationships, and resources? What do these things reveal about our culture? The sculpture within Adams Square Mini Gas Station will be made of repurposed used car parts with a one-channel sound installation using a low power radio transmission that can be picked up on your car radio only on-site.
Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station
1020 E. Palmer Ave.
Glendale, CA 91205
This temporary art installation is generously sponsored by the Glendale Arts and Culture Commission through funding from the Urban Art Program, and support from Glendale Library, Arts & Culture, Glendale Community Services and Parks, and the Adams Hill Neighborhood Association.