Episode showcases artists who convey and explain our prison system; the public drawing spaces of artist Alexandra Grant; how Boyle Heights radio station reinvents community; and a four-piece East LA band that plays tribute to history fusing funk, R&B, Latin soul, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop
Burbank, CA -- July 23, 2013 - KCET's award-winning transmedia arts and culture series, Artbound, premieres its season two finale episode on Thursday, July 25 at 9 p.m. This installment brings unique stories that celebrate the creative spirit of Southern California. Culled from Artbound articles selected by KCET's online audience, these documentary segments include:
A multi-faceted project by artist Alexandra Grant, based on French author, and philosopher Hélène Cixous' book "Philippines," the work encompasses a series of public drawing sessions, reading groups, and artist collaborations centering on the theme of the forest as a shared space.
Based on a column by our partner on the exhibition "Geographies of Detention: From Guantánamo to the Golden Gulag," the role of prison spaces, and the prison industrial complex is examined through the work of visual artists , , and Richard Ross.
This video transports you to the neighborhood of Boyle Heights. Discover a small radio station and witness how it is actively building community through its programming.
Experience the feel-good music of East L.A.-based group Chicano Batman. Episode three concludes with a special performance by the four-piece band which fuses funk, R&B, Latin soul, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop.
This program repeats Monday, July 29 at 2:30 p.m. and Wednesday, July 31 at 12 a.m.
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