LA Creatives Transform Empty City Space

LA Creatives Transform Empty City Space

Many in the Los Angeles creative community see empty space as a way to transplant new ways of thinking.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 2 april 2010

We have long been following the ways in which public and private spaces become blurred through creative approaches. Whether it is a series of community-generated love letters along your subway ride or Twitter-controlled art projections, the potential for unused spaces to become shared is endless.

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