MAYOR GARCETTI: LGBT HERITAGE MONTH | Christopher Kreiling Studio
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Mayor Garcetti requested an edgy event that maintained a level of class for his LGBTQ Heritage Month “Closing Night” Celebration. Christopher Kreiling Studio created an environment mainly using neon to adorn Vibiana, an old church come event space in downtown Los Angeles. Washes of LED lighting illuminated the space in a James Turrell fashion as guests posed on the red carped in front of a neon sign stating, “Step-and-Repeat”. MOCA then used it as inspiration for their performance series under the same name. After the Mayor spoke the guests continued to enjoy a modern dance performance by men in heels, live music and an open bar.

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