Launching fall 2011, Superhighway is the USC Roski School of Fine Arts' newest exhibition space. Located in the recently completed University Gateway apartment building, and featuring a 25-screen high-definition video wall, Superhighway exists to present to the public video artwork by students in the Roski School of Fine Arts. The space's name refers to Korean-born artist Nam June Paik, who pioneered the use of video in art in the 1960s and coined the phrase “electronic superhighway.”
This project is supported as part of an Arts Development Fee, Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.
Image: Eli Joteva, still from Intersections, 2011, 4 minutes 40 seconds.
3335 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007
Mon–Sun, 10 am–8 pm
Ongoing & Upcoming Exhibitions
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