FALL IS here just about, though the temps are still spiking into the high 90s. It’s typical L.A. Indian Summer. That’s why I had an early-morning visit this week with the artist Dominique Moody. She’s been taking her artist’s residence on wheels on short trips around Southern California. It’s a tiny house, but one built by a trained assemblage artist. Both portrait and theater, Moody’s Nomad is the product of a series of serendipitous encounters that very early on took root in her imagination.
I wrote about her for KCET’s Artbound not too long ago. She’s almost ready to take the first of her longer journeys.
Here are some quick moments from my visit in Altadena.
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