Sublime Infrastructures Mid-Review

My 4th year BSLA studio LA402L, will be screening our student generated videos about the sublime infrastructure of Northeast San Fernando Valley on Wednesday, February 1st at 3pm in the atrium of Building 7 at Cal Poly Pomona. Hope you can join us for my first attempt at using video as a design tool in a studio setting.

Está Muerto

by Jonathan Alarcon, Yorvin Moreno, and Rene Orta

Está Muerto explores the relationship between pollution and foreclosures.

effected movement, integrated infrastructure

by Rico Molden, Carly McNeil, and Garret Reger

Traces the flows of people, water, and electricity.

The other videos look at the urban-wildland interface, and how high-speed rail may impact Sylmar.

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