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Anne Bray
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Anne Bray has been working at the intersection of public space and media art as a hybrid artist and director of the nonprofit media arts organization, Freewaves (see www.freewaves.org). The creativity of one and the social outreach of the other have continuously fed each other. Engagement with edgy, demanding, enlightening art by a broad public is Bray's mission. She connects challenging art with venues that offer the visibility, equipment and timing for prominent display with an involved viewership.
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    SOCAL SOCIAL: Art + People is a free, public series of roundtable discussions and weekend events that explores socially engaged art in Southern California from East to West.
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    Freewaves and game designer, Happy Dojo, have developed a video art gallery app that highlights the most challenging and controversial videos by L.A.-based digital artists made for L.A. buses.
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    The SEE CHANGE installation, located at LAX, contains four hours of video art. Watch a clip from the airport exhibit to see how some of the 17 artists participating, ask: can you distinguish reality from illusion?
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    This weekend Freewaves and 20 artists are launching "SEE CHANGE," 2 groundbreaking video installations featuring 27 original, site-specific artworks, located in the arrivals hall of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, permanently accessible to the public.
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    Freewaves ask viewers to consider how their brain tries to straddle the two perspectives in videos made by two Jewish male artists, American and Israeli, using words and images.
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    The advertising industry's profits in USA total $23 billion a year and we each absorb 5,000 ads a day. Do we form our own opinions and occasionally know who we are?
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  • Entry
    SOCAL SOCIAL: Art + People is a free, public series of roundtable discussions and weekend events that explores socially engaged art in Southern California from East to West.
  • Entry
    Freewaves and game designer, Happy Dojo, have developed a video art gallery app that highlights the most challenging and controversial videos by L.A.-based digital artists made for L.A. buses.
  • Entry
    The SEE CHANGE installation, located at LAX, contains four hours of video art. Watch a clip from the airport exhibit to see how some of the 17 artists participating, ask: can you distinguish reality from illusion?
  • Entry
    This weekend Freewaves and 20 artists are launching "SEE CHANGE," 2 groundbreaking video installations featuring 27 original, site-specific artworks, located in the arrivals hall of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, permanently accessible to the public.
  • Entry
    Freewaves ask viewers to consider how their brain tries to straddle the two perspectives in videos made by two Jewish male artists, American and Israeli, using words and images.
  • Entry
    The advertising industry's profits in USA total $23 billion a year and we each absorb 5,000 ads a day. Do we form our own opinions and occasionally know who we are?