Fellow Jean Katambayi Mukendi participates in a group exhibition Moon Juice at Waldburger Wouters gallery in Brussels.
Once you park on Kings Road in West Hollywood, it comes into focus: a 20-foot wall of green bamboo as high as any prison gate. The stalks sway in the breeze and as you approach your eyes take in a picturesque preview clip of the squat, concrete Schindler House sitting behind. You walk loudly up the crushed granite driveway toward a redwood door that swings into one of the most unconventional structures ever built—a house and gathering place for artists and radicals envisioned and built in 1921–22 by architect R.M. Schindler and activist Pauline Schindler "as if there had never been houses before."
Text: Anthony Carfello, curator and writer.
Exhibition is open until 8 April.