Joe Day covers the Getty’s comprehensive exhibit, “Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A.”:

Stephen Phillips revels in the diverse industrial repurposing that typifies Los Angeles’s domestic architecture since the Gehry House, and suggests that what makes his “L.A. Ten” contemporary is a common self-awareness of that local bias for using new technologies outside their intended context. His claim for the Morphosis’ Sixth Street House could stand in for his broader case for an L.A. Ten: “Forming, in effect, a technology museum, the Sixth Street House serves as a training ground to simultaneously acclimatize the viewer to the tectonics of a superseded machinic past and the unimpeded onslaught of an aggressive technological future.” 

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Come hang out with us at the Getty Center this Friday! Free. Parking $10. 6-9pm We will play at 8. This place is EPIC! If you’ve never been: TREAT YRSELF. Take the drive to the westside! Tons of rad shit to see and do. Solo sets by @randysrandall & @dotgovgov and Re-Imagend An Object set by NO AGE #gettycenter #fridayflights #epicsunset #jamesensor

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