The Streets of South Central is an interactive installation on based my branding development of Jazz on Central Avenue.
The premise of the piece focuses on uncovering the hidden musical past of the Southern California African-American community from the 1930s.
I developed this installation through researching the history of downtown Los Angeles and its past landmarks in relationship to California Jazz. I redesigned the streets on South Central Avenue into this installation format and included in the names the forgotten cultural landmarks in their original location. When viewers approached the installation, they could gain access to the history of each landmark by waving their hand over the name.
Spatial Design, User Experience, Installation