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Featuring local and regional artists through temporary exhibitions, permanent art installations, and cultural performances, the Art Program provides access to an array of contemporary artworks that reflect and celebrate the region’s creative caliber., a groundbreaking video art installation located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX Airport.

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His videos are often very painterly in their use of rich, saturated color and exquisite composition of the space on the screen.

In a montage of moments, the artist tosses and simultaneously records a roll of toilet paper at play with the wind.

A first aid station is located on the Upper/Departure Level of the Tom Bradley International Terminal. For travel shots or other non-emergency needs, Reliant Medical Center (blue building adjacent to LAX), located at 9601 South Sepulveda Boulevard, is open 24 hours, 7 days a week.

If hospitalization is required, there are many hospitals providing 24-hour emergency service within minutes of the airport.

Todd Gray is a professor of photography and digital imaging at California State University, Long Beach.

His work explores and transmogrifies his experience of pop culture and imagery into a dark and conceptually challenging vision.

Felipe Dulzaides presents video as a readymade art object, while simultaneously creating a drawing in space, referencing early phenomenological video art, and staging chance and precarity on an unused platform atop a seaside mountain.

Dulzaides is a San Francisco-based artist working in a variety of media, including performance-based videos and photography.

These units are strategically located at security posts in the terminals beyond passenger screening stations and on bicycle patrol units.

Airport Police officers have been fully trained in the use of this life-saving device so they can become first respondents in an emergency.

Video taken from cruises down dozens of Los Angeles residential streets are woven into a video fabric of diverse homes and communities.

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