Venice Arts Gallery is currently exhibiting, “Ecotone: Boundaries, Tensions, Integrations,” which opened Aug. 2 and runs through Sept. 20.
The exhibition features 17 artists, each exploring and documenting in-between or transitional spaces through photography or video.
These works, investigating interactions caused by human migration or displacement, urban encroachments onto nature, or environmental strain, question how we relate to borders and places of transience, and what exists in these ambiguous spaces.
Venice Arts runs education and mentoring programs in documentary photography, filmmaking, and multimedia primarily targeting Los Angeles area low-income youth.
Venice Arts also implements regional, statewide, and international projects with both adults and children; presents exhibitions, public programs, and workshops for adults centered around documentary photography and film at the Venice Arts Gallery; and consults on media arts, visual storytelling, and arts education with organizations and groups locally and internationally.
Venice Arts Gallery, 1702 Lincoln Blvd., Venice. For more information, visit www.venicearts.org.