This is an exhibition sponsored by the Center for Land Use Interpretation. From the CLUI’s website: “Garbage is the effluent of our consumption, and it flows backwards through the landscape of Los Angeles. Unlike liquid wastes, which drain downslope to the sea, the tiny tributaries of trash, from millions of homesteads, collected by a fleet of thousands of trucks circulating in constant motion, hauling to nodes of sorting, distribution, reuse, and, finally disposal, flow up the canyons and crevices to the edge of the basin.”
The exhibit takes place in the CLUI’s Los Angeles exhibit space, 9331 Venice Boulevard, Culver City, CA 9023
Opens May 31, 2008; open 12 noon to 5pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, or by appointment. Admission is free.