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Lloyd Hamrol
Press
1999


Project Area: CBD/South Park
Project: Staples Center
Project Location: 1111 S. Figueroa Street
Project Type: Developer

Description:

"Press" is an ensemble of six cast colored concrete elliptical disks, ranging from 1 1/2' to 5' h and 3' to 12' w.   Located just west of the 11th Street entrance, the sculptures’ eccentric gestures and the scored trail marks on the pathways, energizes the public space into a zone of play.  Visitors may sense they are both spectators and participants in an unnamed and never ending game.

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Born in San Francisco, Lloyd Hamrol received both his BA and MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles.  Hamrol is most recognized for his physically engaging public art pieces.  The artist was the recipient of three NEA Artist Fellowship Grants (1974, 1980, 1990).  Hamrol’s work is in the public collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Laguna Beach Museum of Art; and the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.  In addition to Uptown Rocker in Los Angeles, Hamrol’s public art installations such as 7th Avenue Bridge in Phoenix, Arizona; Out of Bounds in Dublin, Ohio; Serpent Mound in Henderson, Nevada; and Coral Square in Hollywood, Florida can be found across the United States.  The artist lives and works in Los Angeles.