4ENSIC Holden Torana Collage by Ray Monde

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4ENSIC Holden Torana

Ray Monde

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The last collage in the series is a 1977 Torana hatchback. The car that Lindy Chamberlain allegedly killed her child. The eldest Chamberlain son, Aidan was married on February 8, 2008. His wedding car was the same car that the Chamberlain’s took to Uluru in 1980, its number plates now reading 4ENSIC. The bright yellow is as sharp as the memories of the night that Azaria was taken, and the hurt that all the Chamberlain’s carry with them.

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Size:12 W x 9 H x 0.1 D in

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These latest works are inspired by the streets of Los Angeles and the people who shape the suburbs around them. Created for The Other Art Fair Los Angeles 2020 and now being showcased as part of the Online Studios, they capture the heat and jammed brilliance of the daylight. All the titles of the works are driven by incredible LA poets including Wanda Coleman, Randall Jarrell, Bertolt Brecht, DJ Waldie, Garrett Hongo and Dana Gioia. Some of the streets and suburbs that influenced these artworks include Sloan Street, Compton; Douglas Street, Angelino Heights; Alonzo Avenue, Encino; Zelzah Avenue, Encino; Copa de Oro Road, Bel Air and North Anita Avenue, Brentwood.

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