thehammermuseum:

"When I was living in New York, I had a lot of fantasies about what moving to L.A. would be: the flowers, the succulent plants, the beach, the lizards, the sunsets…all of that exists, but it is butted up against the streets of homeless people in wheel chairs missing limbs, and people jumping from the roofs of welfare hotels, I see it as a city of contradiction. For me I wanted to disappear in a way…sometimes the gaps between things are an invisible magic."
3 questions with Made in L.A. artist Samara Golden, now on the blog: http://bit.ly/1oLIv0R
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thehammermuseum:

"When I was living in New York, I had a lot of fantasies about what moving to L.A. would be: the flowers, the succulent plants, the beach, the lizards, the sunsets…all of that exists, but it is butted up against the streets of homeless people in wheel chairs missing limbs, and people jumping from the roofs of welfare hotels, I see it as a city of contradiction. For me I wanted to disappear in a way…sometimes the gaps between things are an invisible magic."
3 questions with Made in L.A. artist Samara Golden, now on the blog: http://bit.ly/1oLIv0R
Zoom Info

thehammermuseum:

"When I was living in New York, I had a lot of fantasies about what moving to L.A. would be: the flowers, the succulent plants, the beach, the lizards, the sunsets…all of that exists, but it is butted up against the streets of homeless people in wheel chairs missing limbs, and people jumping from the roofs of welfare hotels, I see it as a city of contradiction. For me I wanted to disappear in a way…sometimes the gaps between things are an invisible magic."

3 questions with Made in L.A. artist Samara Golden, now on the blog: http://bit.ly/1oLIv0R