David Hartt: Interval is a multi-media installation featuring new film footage of two culturally significant sites—Whitehorse in the Yukon and Sakhalin Island, a Russian territory in the Japanese archipelago.
Chicago-based artist David Hartt chose two sites of geographic isolation to feature in his exhibition Interval; Whitehorse in the Canadian Yukon and Sakhalin Island, a Russian territory located in the Japanese archipelago. Hartt, with LA><ART, hones in on otherwise “wasteland” and highlights the beauty of the land.
You can catch the work until April 11th, 2015 at the Bonaventure Hotel. Stay updated with our neighbors over at LA><ART for upcoming exhibitions and the latest in the art scene.