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UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts Presents: Kate Clark: ‘CANYON’

when: 2014-11-08, starts at 5 to 7pm
where: San Clemente Canyon

Kate Clark


Parking Lot Park
When: Saturday and Sunday November 8 and 9, 2014 2014 @ 5-7pm
For reservations please e-mail
More info here:

A Sound Promenade and Drive-in Theater in and about San Clemente Canyon, San Diego’s first Open Space Park.

CANYON is a collaboration with sound artist Samuel Dunscombe. The event traces past and present geographies (geologic, political, social, and sexual) that intersect, loop, and collide in the canyon.
Space is limited: 50 people per night. first come first serve.
Indicate # of tickets, desired evening and mailing address.
Reservations open from Oct-8th- Nov.1st

B.Y.O.F. (Bring Your Own Flashlight)
BONUS: San Clemente Canyon is one of the few places in San Diego with deciduous trees so you might feel autumn in Southern California!


- Critical discussion of Parking Lot Park brought to you by Harvard University for Hearing Landscape Critically

- Drive-in Theater infrastructure brought to you by the beautiful white truck of Untitled Space

- Documentation brought to you by the fabulous Emmett Williams of Mission Man Media

- First amendment resolutions brought to you by…hours of discussion, and research. We present to you the project with original narratives intact.

- Future public programming of Parking Lot Park brought to you by UCSD’s Discursive and Curatorial Productions. Stay tuned!

Kate Clark is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts MFA Candidate. For more about her work, please visit:

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