THE KEY GAME PROJECT: Sleep, Staring, Well
Reflecting upon the attempts to create a coherent history of the Holocaust by the generations who did not live through it, this series echoes the very subject it contemplates: each work in THE KEY GAME PROJECT is a memorial to the one that preceded it.
Audience members experience Sleep, Staring, Well on foot as they move freely through the performance and gallery space. As they walk, they encounter dance performances, live music, video and sound installations, and art objects. The interactive space engages many senses, inviting visitors to think and feel in the same moment.
Within the performance space there are dedicated areas that invite audience members to add their memories to the work through movement, drawing, and written word. Audiences are free to choose their path, as well as decide whether to engage socially with other visitors or to experience Sleep, Staring, Well through private reflection.
The performative installation loops every hour. Small groups are admitted every 15 minutes. One entire round of the show lasts an hour. Audience members are welcome to stay into the second hour should they want to see elements again.
504 Chung King Court
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|