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Capitol Display

Louise Griffin
Artwork Type
Media & Support
Public Information Office
California State Capitol Building
1303 10th Street
Sacramento, CA
Outside County
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Artist Louise Griffin designed a three-dimensional display to promote Los Angeles County in the California State Capitol building in Sacramento. Student competition winner Mario Hernandez's digital mural titled "Native Scream" was a point of inspiration for Griffin's artwork that captures the diversity of Los Angeles County. The goal of this project is to give staff members and visitors at the Capitol building a introduction to the County landmarks and statistics.

About the Artist
Louise Griffin is a Los Angeles-based artist and designer. She created GriffinMade, her design studio, to study the relationship between art, architecture and public space. Sustainability, community engagement and collaboration are integral to her process and she strives to create work that both reflects and celebrates it’s environment. Her work varies in scale from large site-specific public art to custom-made products that challenge our notions of consumption. She holds a Masters of Architecture from UCLA.

About the Artist

Louise Griffin is a Los Angeles-based artist who is transitioning from an architecture to a studio art practice. Her work demonstrates a deep commitment to environmental sustainability and community. This commission will result in her first permanent public art installation. Griffin received her MArch from UCLA and completed her thesis at the Royal Academy of Art, Architecture School, in Copenhagen, Denmark.