On View> The Center for Land Use Interpretation investigates “The Landscape of Golf in America”

(Courtesy CLUI)

(Courtesy CLUI)

Foreground: The Landscape of Golf in America
Center for Land Use Interpretation
9331 Venice Boulevard, Culver City, CA
Through September 21

As one of few sports determined entirely by terrain, golf’s field of play is an irregular form defined by outdoor features: grass, trees, sands, mounds, and water. Most sports are played on rectangles of constant dimension, but not golf.

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Energy City

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Last year, the Center for Land Use Interpretation of Culver City, California, exhibited its study of the Texas oil industry: Texas Oil: Landscape of an Industry. The centerpiece of the exhibit was a 12-minute “landscan” video of the petrochemical infrastructure along the Houston Ship Channel—refineries, tank farms, pipe lines—the largest such installation in the world. Now, at long last, the CLUI has posted the video online, giving us another breathtaking perspective of this terrifying and beautiful landscape.

P!LA: Oil, Oil-less, Fruit, Fruitless

Sunday, April 5, 2009
The party never stops at Postopolis. (All photos Matt Chaban)

The party never stops at Postopolis. (All photos Matt Chaban)

Unlike Thursday night, when inclement weather forced us inside, the party raged–or, well, spoke, Tweeted, and blogged–on the roof of the Standard on Friday night, which is as it should be at the start of the weekend, even if the party was almost over. Read More

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