Soundscapes: Ozzie Juarez
L.A. Summer Mixes Launch Party
Thursday, June 30
447 E 32nd St
Los Angeles, CA 90011
Photos by Ruben Preciado.
Stream the playlist on Spotify and Apple Music:
LAND in partnership with Tlaloc Studios is pleased to present Soundscapes: Ozzie Juarez kicking off LAND’s newest programming series, L.A. Summer Mixes. Juarez has created a mix of songs illustrating his experience and love for his neighborhood of South Central. Alongside the mix Juarez has prepared a list of recommendations in South Central encouraging folks to visit and familiarize themselves with these local spots.
Join LAND on Thursday, June 30th at Tlaloc Studios from 6:00-8:30pm to celebrate the release of Ozzie’s mix and a special musical performance by Gemma Castro. The mix will be available to stream June 30th on LAND’s Soundcloud and available as a limited CD run, available onsite.
Check out Ozzie’s list of neighborhood recommendations:
1. Tlaloc Studios: 447 E 32nd Street, 90011
2. Tacos Los Pelones: 3106 Maple Avenue, 90011
3. SCLA 99 Cent Market: 3110 Maple Avenue, 90011
4. Mercado La Paloma: 3655 Grand Avenue, 90007
5. Tam’s Burgers No. 11: 4150 South Broadway, 90037
6. Birrieria Baldamero: 3200 Maple Avenue, 90011
7. Maple Liquor: 3000 Maple Avenue, 90011
8. Alameda Swap Meet: 4501 South Alameda Street, 90058
9. LA Harbor College Swap Meet: 1111 Figueroa Place, 90744
10. Alpine Swap Meet: 833 Torrance Boulevard, 90502
Ozzie Juarez is a multidisciplinary artist who explores the realm of painting and sculpture while actively working to be a resource for his artistic and cultural community. Juarez opened Tlaloc Studios, an artist studio and exhibition space for the Los Angeles community, which has become just as much a part of Juarez’s artistic practice. In Juarez’s practice he formulates his own visual language to investigate reimagined histories of past civilizations and their speculative futures.
LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) is proud to introduce Soundscapes, our new programming series dedicated to experimental music and audio practices, inviting artists to consider how location and sound in its various modalities are deeply intertwined. This series champions artists prioritizing audio and the sensorial over the ocular to facilitate unique experiences widely available to the public.
Soundscapes joins LAND’s existing series, Nomadic Nights, dedicated to performance and socially-engaged practices, and Frame Rate, presenting film and moving-image work. These three series demonstrate LAND’s dedication to supporting artists in immediate and responsive ways, while providing the public with access to works in process or newly-created.
This program was made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs. @culture_la
LAND’s 2022 exhibitions are made possible with lead support from the Offield Family Foundation and the Jerry and Terri Kohl Family Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Fran and Ray Stark Foundation, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Department of Arts and Culture, the LA Arts Recovery Fund, and LAND’s Nomadic Council. Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Karen Hillenburg, Brenda Potter, Abby Pucker, Jay and Deanie Stein Foundation Trust, and the Poncher Family Foundation.
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