Minutes Away From The Port Of Los Angeles, Artists Conjure Utopian Visions Of Labor

The Port of Los Angeles is a 7,500-acre port complex located about 20 miles south of downtown LA. Since the 1800s, the harbor has been used as a trading post, with $1.2 billion of cargo entering and exiting the port each day, from trade partners including China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam. From a distance, the port, which employs 3.6 billion people worldwide, is so massive it's difficult to digest, the 43-mile stretch of shipping containers, cranes and ships...

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