In the late 19th century, Southern California attracted misfits, idealists, and entrepreneurs with few ties to anyone or anything. Swamis, spiritualists, and other self-proclaimed religious authorities quickly made their way out West to forge new faiths. Independent book publishers, motivational speakers, and metaphysical-minded artists and writers then became part of the Los Angeles landscape. City of the Seekers examines how creative freedom enables LA-based artists to make spiritual work as part of their practices.
Lita Albuquerque would like to map the sky. She'd like to stitch together the stars and the sand, sending a blanket of fluid, brightly colored dancers across the open, dusty desert floor.
Lita Albquerque’s current exhibition 20/20: Accelerando at USC Fisher Museum will be closing on April 10th.
Lita Albuquerque's 20/20: Accelerando is a haunting 3-gallery (26-minute) film installation with its original music score by artist and composer Robbie C. Williamson.
1946 Born in Santa Monica, CA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA