CAAM - No Justice, No Peace: LA 1992

Los Angeles, CA • opened 2017

No Justice, No Peace presents largely overlooked but critical moments in the modern history of Los Angeles. Taken together, they provide an overview of the fabric of our city aimed at helping the visitor piece together the fragments that led to the uprising in the spring of 1992, when the acquittal of four white police officers who had beaten a black man, Rodney King, provoked six days of violence.

The design of the exhibit places CAAM at the center of an important conversation about how a society moves forward to solve problems like racism, endemic poverty, joblessness and homelessness and asks visitors to reflect upon a difficult shared history and how it relates to the state of affairs in the world today.

Photos: Brian Forrest

Core77 Design Awards 2018 - Design for Social Impact - Runner Up

IDSA IDEA Awards - Finalist 2018

Robert Creighton
Industrial Designer Los Angeles, CA