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Dancing Around Downtown, Petting Architecture

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Produced by a student in Cal Poly Pomona's Landscape Architecture program, we're treated to some interpretive dance downtown. Lacking the bravura of dancers gliding across Frank Gehry's roofs, and the silliness of an improvisational dance in front of Gehry's Santa Monica home, the video instead earnestly showcases the landscape at three downtown sites: Rafael Moneo's Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, the Cornfields, and Thom Mayne's Caltrans building. Hm, three sites with plenty of room to dance, since all three have underutilized public spaces. We're just glad to see something happening in them, even if it has to be interpretive dance.



· Moving Diagrams [YouTube]