Gas is a mobile, autonomous, experimental and networked platform for contemporary art. Located in a truck gallery parked around Los Angeles and online, Gas collaborates closely with artists to create experiences that foster community and connection while imagining alternative forms of cultural and critical production. The space’s inherently itinerant format reflects the fluidity of twenty-first century culture and art practice, while also allowing considerable independence and creative freedom in terms of concept, site, format, audience, and engagement. Gas offers an opportunity to rethink why, where and how we view art, whether the encounter happens while surfing the web or driving around Los Angeles, a city defined by its sprawl and car culture.
Location and Hours:
Join us for the opening reception of Common Survival curated by the Institute of Queer Ecology on Saturday, January 26, 2019, 4–8pm at Tin Flats. During the opening, Luis Angel Zepeda and Jazzy Mercedes will perform Nectar Rite.
Saturdays, Noon-5pm, January 26-April 14, 2019
1989 Blake Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90039
We have a foldable wheelchair ramp on site for handicapped access to the truck gallery. Open hours are free and all ages.
Ceci Moss, Director
Gas is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas and operates as a non profit. To make a tax-deductible donation, please visit our page here.