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“Womxn in Windows” on view in Chinatown


From KCRW’s Art Insider Lindsay Preston Zappas:

“In the last six months, I’ve covered the ways that art has adapted over the pandemic: to be viewable online, in swimming pools, front yards, and even in the sky. This week, another innovative solution comes via Womxn in Windows, an organization that celebrates female-identifying filmmakers. For its second yearly iteration, eight artists will present films in various windows along Chinatown’s Chung King Road.

The films will be on view 24 hours a day, and audio can be accessed via a QR code that will be placed on each window. The video works all explore various facets of identity — religious, cultural, generational — and tug at themes of family, unity, and an acceptance of diversity. Womxn in Windows writes that ‘by providing a forum for diverse and underrepresented voices,’ they ‘aim to inspire the next generation of thinkers and citizens.’

To celebrate, there will be an opening event this Saturday including a soundscape by Dublab, free takeaways, and food from local restaurants. An RSVP is required to ensure social distancing.”