About Ivan
Ivan Bernal is a Colombian born architect and designer.He received his Masters Degree from SCI-Arc with honors and the recognition of “Best Thesis” 2011. He has worked in all scales and levels in the architecture profession. From installations to Master plans. He is committed to the experimentation of the built form and pushing the limits of the field. Making those who accept standardization uncomfortable his work deals with the relationship among form, culture and the social impact of the built environment. Not limited to the conventional architectural media, he explores different techniques such as animations, mix-media models and photo manipulation to express his ideas.
http://ivanbernal.com
Current city: Los Angeles
Ivan Bernal is a Colombian born architect and designer.He received his Masters Degree from SCI-Arc with honors and the recognition of “Best Thesis” 2011. He has worked in all scales and levels in the architecture profession. From installations to Master plans. He is committed to the experimentation of the built form and pushing the limits of the field. Making those who accept standardization uncomfortable his work deals with the relationship among form, culture and the social impact of the built environment. Not limited to the conventional architectural media, he explores different techniques such as animations, mix-media models and photo manipulation to express his ideas.
 
Designed by Eric Owen Moss, and surrounded by a series of his projects, this is definitely a must see. As an architect I can appreciate the details, the challenges and the effort that went into this project.
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If you want to witness what architecture is about, visit SCI-Arc. This is where I went to school ,and I can tell you there is not one day that you will not be surprise what goes on inside this school. From open to the public lectures every wednesday to galleries and installation, and not to mention the student work.
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If you really want to feel in a hollywood movie, go visit the river. Forget hollywood. To get the full experience go to this spot. You have to access through a dark, damp tunnel, and when you emerge …there it is, from Grease to Going 60 seconds, to Transformer and Drive. You are immediately transported to a high speed chase or and action movie scene. Nothing beats an Isolated piece of infrastructure.
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Street art at it's best. This area shows some of the best graffiti art I've seen. Entire buildings cover with intricate imagery. that gain new depth through the layering of different artists.
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The view from my window of the concert hall and downtown LA is a great experience as an outside perspective of the city life at night.
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Carson Davis Brown is an artist and photographer currently living in Los Angeles, CA. Brown also serves as the documentarian for Cabin-Time, a roaming artist residency to remote places.
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Los Angeles-based artist Eric Yahnker seems to have a very odd and dark sense of humour which is reflected in almost all of his works of art. His mixed media and collage masterpieces combine traditional and classic images with some twisted humor and caustic wit. He received his B.F.A. in animation from the California Institute Of Arts and studied journalism at University of Southern California. Eric Yahnker lives and work in Los Angeles, California.
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art director/graphic designer based in Los Angeles
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Olivia is a New Yorker living in Los Angeles, where she works as an illustrator/animator. She has a second degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and is a connoisseur of coffee.
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Malerie Marder grew up in Rochester, NY and studied at Bard College completing a B.A. in History and Art. She received her M.F.A. from Yale University where she was awarded the Schickle-Collingwood Prize and The John Ferguson Weir Award. Her solo exhibitions include Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, Salon 94 and Greenberg Van Doren in New York; Blain|Southern, Maureen Paley, and The Photographer’s Gallery in London; Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam. International group exhibitions include Everyday Epiphanies: Photography and Daily Life Since 1969, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Desire, Gagosian Gallery and Deitch Projects, The Moore Building, Art Basel, Miami; The Naked Face, National Gallery of Victoria,Melbourne; Shoot the Family, ICI, New York; Sight/Insight, Concoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; the 2004 California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art; and Blackbox, Edinburgh College of Art in collaboration with the Edinburgh Film Festival. Her work is in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, the National Gallery of Art, the American University Museum and the Concoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, The Seattle Art Museum, and the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College, amongst others. She is represented by Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.
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