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LAND is pleased to present Soundscapes: Teira as the final iteration of LAND’s newest programming series, L.A. Summer Mixes. Interdisciplinary artist Teira has created a mix of songs reflecting her formative years in South LA, specifically in transit on the 210 Metro bus line. These tracks inspired Teira’s aesthetic as a producer including her debut EP Vortex. Alongside the mix, Teira has prepared a list of recommendations in South LA that will uplift and nourish.
Check out Soltera’s list of neighborhood recommendations:
1. Jesse Owens Swimming Pool: 9835 S Western Ave, 90047
2. The Forum: 3900 W Manchester Blvd, 90305
3. Fresh & Meaty Burger: 3016 W Florence Ave, 90043
4. Word of Life Christian Book Store: 6321 West Blvd, 90043
5. The World Stage: 4321 Degnan Blvd, 90008
6. Kindles Doughnuts: 10003 S Normandie Ave, 90044
7. Crenshaw Greenline Station: 11991 S Crenshaw Blvd, 90303
8. M’Dears: 7717 S Western Ave, 90047
9. Starlight Church of God in Christ: 9611 S Broadway, 90003
10. Inglewood Mortuary: 1206 Centinela Ave, 90302
11. The Academy Theater: 3141 W. Manchester Blvd, 90305
Teira is a multidisciplinary artist whose works incorporate music performance, sound installation, and sculpture. Her practice explores the connectivity between the body and sound, the ephemeral nature of technology, and spirituality. Teira creates immersive performances using analog instruments and found objects to recreate her inner world, from a dilapidated swap meet to an abandoned baptism pool in South Los Angeles.
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.
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, Wilhelm Family Foundation, 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.
LAND is a member-supported organization. Support LAND’s free, public programming by becoming a member today.
Photo Courtesy of Teira.