Last month, downtown L.A.'s Museum Of Contemporary Art hosted the groundbreaking "Art In The Streets" exhibition, which drew a record total of 200,000-plus visitors with its mind-boggling array of one-of-a-kind street art by renegade artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Shepard Fairey, Fab 5 Freddy, and Spike Jonez. It was in fact the most successful exhibit in the museum's history.
Part of this exhibit was the Levi's Film Workshop, a temporary creative film production facility housed inside the MOCA, at which equipment rentals, edit suites, and other resources were made available to aspiring fimmakers, free of charge. And it was there, during the "Art In The Streets" closing-night gala, that two L.A. art-scene icons, celebrated filmmaker/photographer Todd Cole and underground noise duo No Age, came together for a special one-off project.
Along with DJ/video artist Peanut Butter Wolf, No Age played a wild concrete-bunker concert for partygoers and art scenesters that evening, August 7, and the moment was documented by Cole for No Age's raw new "Inflorescence" live video. Check out this unique artist collaboration below: