CurbedWire: Silver Lake's Robot Cloud, Hollywood Freeway Park Meeting

SILVER LAKE: Those kids at design studio Materials & Application have another instillation up. This one is by Eddy Sykes and it is called "Yakuza Lou." According to the web site, it's "a site-specific installation that uses the relationship between the natural and mechanical notions of landscape, to create a unique garden with pushing and folding topographic surfaces and a robot cloud that floats overhead creating a volume in constant pseudo-natural flux." Also: A reader reports that controversial electronic billboard down the street was fritzing out yesterday (the lower half wasn't working). Perhaps the robot cloud is to blame. This latest art instillation is up till March 2009. [Curbed Staff]

: Word comes that the Hollywood Freeway Park feasibility study is complete. The study--that looks at the possibility of building a park atop the 101 Freeway in Hollywood--will be talked about at a final community meeting at the Helen Bernstein High School on Wilton Place on November 18th meeting. A flyer about the meeting is after the jump. [Curbed InBox]

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