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Kohl-Ocean Park Segue-details 

Ocean Park Segue

Date: 1988
Artist: Joyce Kohl
Location: Ocean Park Beach near Barnard Way and Ocean Park Beach Park One parking lot.

Fabricated on the site, Ocean Park Segue consists of two raised concrete performance platforms, each made of six horizontally stacked concrete slabs, pivoted to create stairs and overhangs. The surface of the slabs is imprinted with cast beach artifacts both human-made and natural. The platforms are used for sponsored and spontaneous performances, picnicking and playing. The installation measures forty inches in height with a total area of fifteen feet by fifteen feet for each slab.

Last updated: 1/19/2011
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