A noir tour with film clips

Using the language of film noir. All The Places I Have Ever Lived traces the westward migration of upward mobility in Los Angeles through the post-war years and explore the social and political climate that informed it. The chartered tour departs from the Schindler House and includes on-site discussions and film excerpts. Selwood explores an understanding of L.A. as a subjective landscape whose geography is expressed by shifting sets of motives and values.

Sites include:

The Hollywood Athletic Club, Bullocks Wilshire, the Bradbury Building, and Bunker Hill

July 21, 2001

MAK Center for Art and Architecture