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This Week's Must See Art Events in LA: 

Statues and Attitudes at Human Resources Examining 1970s feminist speculative themes such as environmentalism, aging, consumerism, and time travel, Statues and Attitudes investigates the trope of the futuristic female-only utopia as an exploration of female agency and liberation from patriarchy.
(Chinatown, Fri. 7-10pm, Sat.-Sun. 11am-8pm)
SAINT HERON No)one. Art House at Parish No)one. Art House follows four dancer's trajectory trough introspection and catharsis. Dancer's lead audience members throughout the space to engage one another in an unconventional relationship.
(Jefferson, Friday-Sunday 7pm)
A Way Out: I'm Scared To at Visitor Welcome Center A writing and reading aloud workshop hosted by laub and David Bell, in the womb of iris yirei hu’s show Survival Guide: joy. This workshop requires a lot of writing and reading your work aloud, so please attend prepared.
(Macarthur Park, Friday 6-9pm)
Edgar Arceneaux Library of Black Lies at Main Museum Edgar Arceneaux challenges the narrative of African American progress through the selection and modification of books in his invented library. He presses for a closer look at what is patently true or false and more complicated stories about where our pasts lead.
(Downtown, Saturday 11am-7pm)
Tony Oursler at Redling Fine Art Tony Oursler explores the psychological and social relationships between individuals and visual technologies. With humor, irony, and imagination, Oursler elevates everyday things above their mere objectivity to solidify their impact on contemporary culture. 
(Hollywood, Saturday 6-8pm)
Ryan McIntosh and John Knuth The Heat Is On at The Brewery McIntosh exhibits hand-painted cyanotypes created at the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland while Knuth contributes an artist book featuring burned and reassembled strips of thermal survival blankets and the American Flag. 
(Mission Junction, Saturday 5-9pm)
Georgia Anne Muldrow and Steve Lehman at Redcat Steve Lehman opens with his stunning composition Manifold, for solo saxophone, interactive electronics and a trio of “virtual instrumentalists.” Lehman is followed by Afrofuturist singer-songwriter Georgia Anne Muldrow, who fronts a five-piece band.
(Downtown, Saturday 8:30pm)
Ours is a City of Writers at LAMAG While writers are producing new texts in response to artists’ work, other associations have fostered artists taking on the function of writers displaying materials not intended to be art objects, and collaborating to make works that exist among the distinctions of language, object, and event. 
(Hollywood, Sunday 2-5pm)
Agnieszka Polska Little Planet at Overduin & Co. Agnieszka Polska views archives as living organisms that are “alive and subject to incessant change.” The pace and hypnotic quality of her work is similar to Autonomous Sensory Meridien Response videos.
(Hollywood, Sunday 6-8pm) 
Intersectional Feminism at Annenberg Space for Photography A lively discussion around Intersectional Feminism at the Annenberg Space for Photography moderated by Kamal Sinclair of Sundance New Frontier, directors Silas Howard, Tani Ikeda, and photographer Nolwen Cifuentes.
(Century City, Sunday 7-9pm)
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