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With their prototype mobile artist's workstation, Studio 1, David Szlasa and Katrina Rodabaugh are off to the races

Two for the road: David Szlasa and son pose in front of Studio 1.

It promises to be almost as much of a spectacle as anything an artist inside might be working on. And Szlasa (who'll be editing video there himself ahead of the Coup's Shadowbox at YBCA on Aug. 16) readily admits, "It'll be a hard day's work to stay focused in there." Still, with the amenities and accessibility Studio 1 offers, not to mention the spur to the imagination, it's fair to assume its maker-residents will be happy campers. *


Through Oct. 5

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

701 Mission, SF


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