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This Week's Must See Art Events in LA

Aug 6 - Aug 9 

HOW TO WATER at Eastside International
Similar to water, the internet is an immersive environment. The multimedia works in this group exhibition employ user interfaces, internet-sourced imagery, installations, and interactive new media to submerge the viewer in an encompassing stream of virtual matter.
(Lincoln Heights, Sunday 7-10pm)
Human Resources Benefit at Francois Ghebaly
Cocktails and a one-night viewing of the works that are up for auction on Paddle8 to benefit Human Resources, a Los Angeles paragon for experimental art spaces. View the works online and bid here.
(Downtown, Friday 7:30pm)
You Can Teach An Old Zebra New Tricks at Hannah Hoffman Gallery
A collaboration between NY-based artists Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad.
(Hollywood, Friday 6-8pm)
Tree House Down at Ibid.
A group show inviting artists to exhibit and create new works and involves the process of dismantling the gallery's current premises. Tree House Down assesses the role of a gallery in the context of a rapidly growing creative community, working just ahead of property developers’ investment interests.  Sounds scandalous :)
(Downtown, Saturday 1-5pm)
This Sentence, Week 9 at China Art Objects
The culmination of a summer-long, curated program of screenings and performances featuring a choreographed piece by Adam Linder and a video installation by Pascual Sisto.
(Culver City, Saturday 5-8pm)
The Pit 1 Year Anniversary + CARLA Issue 2 
In honor of their first year of programming, The Pit is throwing a party with music, drinks, a craps table, and an onsite food-based project by artist Emily Marchand. This is also the opening reception for the group exhibition When the Sun Hits and a celebration for the release of CARLA's second issue.  
(Glendale, Saturday 6-10pm)
Carter Seddon Interface at Jenny's
For his first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, Seddon will present 17 black and white photographs made during February to July of 2015, involving an assortment of objects and small details which normally exist in one's peripheral vision.
(Silverlake, Saturday 6-9pm)
John Boehme Making P erformance Art at The Situation Room Boehme's piece will integrate different types of performance conventions: staging, dance, demonstration, life, process, etc. Making P erformance Art aims to make the act of performing more accessible to a wider audience by giving the viewers a palatable vocabulary for the discipline of performance art.
(Eagle Rock, Saturday 8-10pm)
The Watts Rebellion: 50 Years Later at Hammer Museum On the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Watts rebellion, join historians Gerald Horne, Brenda E. Stevenson, and Johnie H. Scott as they discuss the past and present of race relations in the United States. If you can't make the event, you can also watch it live here.
(Westwood, Sunday 2pm)
WOAH Last-Look:
Let Power Take A Female Form at The Box
It’s compelling to come across an exhibit where the ‘female form’ is shaped effectively. Generational hierarchies of three LA artists are on view to unravel a trajectory of what the female form could be through fractal narratives, abstract avatars, and resurrected monuments. Closing Saturday with a talk by Anya de Marie, a screening, and a sound performance. 6-10pm (Arts District).  >>Read full article
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