A tiny city is born at the Skirball
Date: 9/24/2010 Album ID: 1080966
Photos by Michael Owen Baker
British theater company Subject to_change sets up an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
British theater company Subject to_change and Skirball workers set up an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Abigail Conway of the British theater company Subject to_change, right,steps over city blocks as she sets up an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Kristen Erickson helps set up an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center, Tuesday, September, 21, 2010. British theater company Subject to_change sets up an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Abigail Conway of the British theater company Subject to_change places a street light at an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Lucy Hayhoe of the British theater company Subject to_change makes a model of the Watts Towers for an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Lucy Hayhoe, left, and Abigail Conway of the British theater company Subject to_change are making an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Abigail Conway, left, and Lucy Hayhoe of the British theater company Subject to_change look over a sign at their interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Trees are ready to be placed at the British theater company Subject to_change interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Trees are placed below the Hollywood sign at the interactive performance installation by the British theater company Subject to_change at the Skirball Cultural Center, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Abigail Conway of the British theater company Subject to_change places street lights at an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Lucy Hayhoe of the British theater company Subject to_change places a model of the Watts Towers at an interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Abigail Conway of the British theater company Subject to_change, discusses the interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Houses ready to build at the interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which they are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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Skirball photographer Mitch Maher photographs the interactive performance installation at the Skirball Cultural Center in which the British theater company Subject to_change are creating a city, Tuesday, September 21, 2010.
Visitors will choose a plot of land, purchase a home, and sign a real estate agreement. They receive a key to their new home, and a flat-packed cardboard unit ready for installation and decoration. They can turn the box into a home, business, public facility, or city structure. Over the course of ten days, a micro-community will develop. (Michael Owen Baker/Staff Photographer)
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