Just the other day a friend of ours was explaining how when we grow older, tendencies are we’ll resemble our parents more and more. When I was a kid, I couldn’t be bothered moving from my bed whenever I was engrossed in reading comics or a good book, even if we were on vacation somewhere. Now, the moment I land up somewhere, one of the first things I do is search on Yelp or Tripadvisor for the best things to see in that city. And most likely than not a few in the top ten is usually a museum or two. So now twenty years later, I’ll have to admit that I am resembling my parents more and more in their travel patterns.
LA’s art scene was fun, I should say. I’m a big fan of contemporary art so seeing strange things that make me wonder usually tickles my fancy. Some of the things that stick around in my mind longer from those visits are not usually the highlights of exhibits, but rather the ones that don’t get so much attention. Like entering an elevator that was bigger than a 20 sqm room more than 12 feet high (although it wasn’t an art piece). I thought that was cool. Or an interactive video art piece where a damsel in petticoat follows your movement and shoots you with a rifle when you least expect it. Okay I didn’t take pictures of those that I just mentioned, but below are some snaps to give you a little idea about those museums I visited in L.A.