a a. A team of CalArts students curated The Experimental Impulse, an historical survey shown at redcat. The exhibition chronicled Los Angeles art in the age of counterculture. It was presented as part of the Getty Foundation’s monumental series Pacific Standard Time: Art in l.a., 1945–1980. b. Daniel Regenstreif Axe, The Allegory for Irresistible Force Confronts The Metaphor of the Immovable Object, detail, wood, rock, flocked vinyl, nylon strap, 1,000 hand-sculpted, painted miniature squirrel sculptures, 100 ft. × 4 in. × 5 ft. c. Orlando Tirado Amador, ShamanColash, or Land, Sea, and Air (Self-Portrait), C-print with mirrored frame, 14 × 11 in. d. CalArts students, teaming up with visiting counterparts from centquatre in Paris and pact Zollverein in Essen, prepare makeshift props for a public performance on Hollywood Blvd. The weeklong collaboration held on the CalArts campus was part of an exchange program called Feldstärke International.