Los Angeles Urban Rangers

Founded in 2004, The Los Angeles Urban Rangers are dedicated to equipping themselves and others to ask questions about the abundant and often unseen complexities of everyday places, whether freeway, neighborhood, park, office park, or living room. Sara Daleiden, Therese Kelly, Jenny Price, and Emily Scott are the core members of the group, which is headquartered in Los Angeles. Recent projects include a series of public "safaris" and interpretive tools elucidating Malibu's contentious public-private coastline (included in Actions: What You Can Do With the City, Canadian Centre for Architecture, MontrĂ©al; Open City: Designing Coexistence?, 4th International Architecture Biennale, Rotterdam;Performing Public Space, La Casa del TĂșnel, Tijuana; and Just Space(s), Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, 2007–10); a trail system through the only "wild" plot in Almere, the Netherlands, as a project for Museum de Paviljoens, 2008–10; and a tour of the Whitney Museum from an eagle-eye perspective for the 2008 Whitney Biennial with Fritz Haeg's Animal Estates 1.0. The collective also participated in the 2010 California Biennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, which included a residency that launched this most recent phase of their Public Access 101 series, focused on Downtown L.A.

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