See Change, a new video installation featuring 17 original artworks, will open to the public in the arrivals hall of the Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport, beginning Saturday, June 16.
A free artists’ reception is scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m. June 16 in the Bradley Terminal’s meet and greet area on the Lower/Arrivals Level at LAX. The installation is presented by Los Angeles World Airports and the city Department of Cultural Affairs.
“The complexity of See Change represents a milestone for the public art program at LAX, and it is likely the most innovative installation you will find at any airport worldwide,” says Sarah Cifarelli, art manager for Los Angeles World Airports.
The permanent, multi-faceted installation includes 17 site-specific media artworks and four hours of original programming.
The exhibit includes two large-scale displays: a 58-screen, 90-foot linear video filmstrip that is suspended from the ceiling, and a 25-screen media wall.
Airport officials said the installation was designed to enhance the arrival area’s sophisticated new ambience.
Complimentary parking validation will be provided for the opening reception. Guests can park in P3 and P4 parking structures, located directly across from the Bradley Terminal.