Audrey Chan’s Will Power Allegory, 14 colorful panels, features fluid vignettes of people and symbols from Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo, Arts District, Skid Row, Bronzeville, and Gabrielino/Tongva Tribe. Composed as a new public allegory of Los Angeles as a site of remembrance and resistance, the artwork speaks to present and future generations about the power and politics of place.
“Perseverance, collective struggle and storytelling are vital elements of a thriving community. The artwork will create a space to dream, to form mythologies from our experiences, layered cultural histories, desires, and realities.”
About the Artist
Locations: Little Tokyo/Arts District Station