Clockshop is a multi-faceted arts organization that works at the intersection of cultural production, politics, and urban space. Clockshop’s projects bring people together to explore the strange particularities of Los Angeles and situate the city in its global context. The organization curates conversations and screenings, and commissions new works from contemporary visual and performing artists.
The funding will be used in support of Four adult fruit trees, a new public sculpture project by Los Angeles-based visual artist Carmen Argote at the Bowtie. This exhibition will include four yet-to-be-titled sculptures, two of which will be more permanent installations made of durable materials, and two of which will be performative and ephemeral pieces which will be left to decompose at the Bowtie. The exhibition will run from March to May 2020.