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Bennett Williamson

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Bennett Williamson was born in Boston and lives in Santa Cruz. As an artist, DJ, and project manager, he produces work in galleries, on the radio, and online. His artwork explores vernacular media, information glut, and the influence of technology on popular culture. He is a founding member of the internet "?surf club' Double Happiness, an early collaborator with the Graffiti Research Lab, and contributor at the Free Art & Technology (F.A.T.) Lab. His work has been shown in Los Angeles, New York, London, and Berlin.

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Cliff Hengst's Semi-Fictionalized, Drag Double-Decker Bus Tour

Artist Cliff Hengst embarked from The Beverly Hilton to perform "It's Not Right But It's OK," perhaps the first ever historic autobiographical semi-fictionalized disembodied drag double decker bus tour.
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The HafoSafo Chorus and the Sunset Foot Clinic Sign Online

Machine Project leads a singalong underneath the spinning "Happy Foot/Sad Foot" sign on Sunset Blvd.
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Jacqueline Gordon's L.A. Food Center Soundscapes

"Everyone Will Be Here Now But Me" is an immersive sound installation where the public explores endless hallways, windowless offices, and stairwells of a mixed-use building.
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17 Weird Pool Performances Your Swim Coach Doesn't Want You To Know About

In "Wash," an audience was encouraged to swim and explore an underwater viewing room over the course of a slowly shifting three-hour pool performance.
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Jmy James Kidd and the Sunland Dancers on Flat Top Hill

Choreographer Jmy James Kidd's group, The Sunland Dancers, performed "Welcome," on Montecito Heights' Flat Top Hill at sunset in June 2013.
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