Independent cultural support group Clockshop has been administering programs and public art projects on a curiously shaped piece of land northeast of downtown and L.A. River-adjacent, called the Bowtie. Its newest curated post-industrial landscape intervention is a work by fiber artist Jesse Harrod, whose Hatch installation is a site-specific weaving which drapes the disused radio tower with a fractal paracord web representing the interconnected, multivalent narratives whose invisible but powerful energy streams have passed through its network.

Bowtie Project, 2780 W. Casitas Ave., Glassell Park; Sunday, December 8, 3-5 p.m. (artist-led walking tour at 4:15 p.m.); free.


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