homeLA brings its 9th domestic space and experimental dance event to the J.B. Merrill House in Mount Washington on May 3rd inviting audiences to experience boundary blurring performance. |
This installment of homeLA is hosted by Gwen Freeman and Andy Jardini in their craftsman bungalow home. Originally built as a church and outfitted with a pipe organ (no longer in the home) in 1908 the home was designed by the architect H.M. Patterson for Reverend J.B. Merrill. A group of eight artists will perform in response to Gwen and Andre's home.
homeLA is a platform in which experimental performances are developed in response to homes throughout Los Angeles. It combines site-sensitive dance with salon-style performance by bringing dancers, performance, sound and visual artists together.
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homeLA is a project of the Pasadena Arts Council's EMERGE Fiscal Sponsorship Program.
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Los Angeles, CA 90065
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