Your public space has been hijacked. Whether it’s empty lots being bought up by private and public companies or the streets being tightly regulated, now there seems to be less space to organize, live and play, and more privatized commercial enterprise. People are reacting, and their protests and creations are spilling out into public space. The streets are our stage – a public square for voices to be heard and art to be viewed.
Have you created art or protested in the streets? Put yourself on our Los Angeles Public Art Map. Please share your experience below.