Clockshop: LA River Interpretive Signage Program (Rosten Woo), October 2015
       
     
 Clockshop is a multifaceted arts organization that works at the intersection of politics, urban space, and cultural production to explore the forces that shape our lived environment.
       
     
 Over the course of the  Bowtie Project , Rosten Woo will create original signage and exploratory devices that fit into the model of historical and natural interpretive signage of California State Parks. The program will include three (3) signs and a narrative walk. The signs will be didactic explanatory texts and diagrams describing some of the ecological and governmental processes happening on the Bowtie Project site.
       
     
 The Bowtie Project, Glassell Park, Los Angeles, California   www.clockshop.org
       
     
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Clockshop: LA River Interpretive Signage Program (Rosten Woo), October 2015
       
     
Clockshop: LA River Interpretive Signage Program (Rosten Woo), October 2015
 Clockshop is a multifaceted arts organization that works at the intersection of politics, urban space, and cultural production to explore the forces that shape our lived environment.
       
     

Clockshop is a multifaceted arts organization that works at the intersection of politics, urban space, and cultural production to explore the forces that shape our lived environment.

 Over the course of the  Bowtie Project , Rosten Woo will create original signage and exploratory devices that fit into the model of historical and natural interpretive signage of California State Parks. The program will include three (3) signs and a narrative walk. The signs will be didactic explanatory texts and diagrams describing some of the ecological and governmental processes happening on the Bowtie Project site.
       
     

Over the course of the Bowtie Project, Rosten Woo will create original signage and exploratory devices that fit into the model of historical and natural interpretive signage of California State Parks. The program will include three (3) signs and a narrative walk. The signs will be didactic explanatory texts and diagrams describing some of the ecological and governmental processes happening on the Bowtie Project site.

 The Bowtie Project, Glassell Park, Los Angeles, California   www.clockshop.org
       
     

The Bowtie Project, Glassell Park, Los Angeles, California

www.clockshop.org

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