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Due to the nature of the following, and to absolve any question of ambiguity or any question of doubt, the following is a virtual, conceptual art work and exhibition by alexandre dorriz (“the artist”). This work is not a legal agreement or statement, and should not be considered as such by any and all entities. The following is a summary report of data collections, financial transactions, and commodity brokerages.

 

The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery will not resume transactions and operations for public sculpture until formal operating gallery hours on March 18, 2021.

 

This exhibition has been limited but not restricted to a maximum value of 003, where 001 refers to the first unit of trade, which in the case of this exhibition has originated as a paper water transaction at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. It can be assumed that an infinite amount of trades may be attainable; however, 999-C may be the most reasonable maximum value for these traded commodities.

 

Summary Report for Public Sculptures 001 – 003: The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, in agreement for services between the artist, has approved services for the commissioning of an hypothetical public sculpture for exhibition at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery effective September 17, 2020 (Gregorian), 1 Safar 1442 AH (Hijri). The artist and gallery have mutually agreed to the terms of the installation of the sculpture which recognize the hypothetical daily operations expenses accrued by the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery for the exhibition of the sculpture, which include the hypothetical appropriated costs of staff’s labor time and the hypothetical appropriated costs of the utility of municipal water to be used to hypothetically operate the sculpture, be provided as a security to the artist prior to the exhibition in lieu of the installation, exhibition, and operations of the sculpture. The funds for this security have been provided to the artist based upon days and times the sculpture would be hypothetically accessible to a public and upon dates the gallery would be formally open for the duration of the exhibition, where these costs would hypothetically accrue.

 

The appropriated expenses for hypothetically operating the sculpture and which define the costs of labor time have been determined by the staff of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery’s time dedicated to the daily operations tended to the sculpture. The appropriation of these expenses has been obtained following an initial receipt of materials by the staff and from the artist based upon a loan agreement dated November 20, 2020 as confirmed in the Pickup Receipt of the following materials which are to be used and only used to tend to the hypothetical sculpture: Conair Model GS4, Sekonic L-358, Fomadon LQR, Ilford Ilfostop, Syrian Rue (Esfand), Oster CKSTSB100, Boiling Receptacle, Hydrion Single Roll pH (5.5 – 8.0), Adorama NP10102. The hypothetical accrued expenses have hence been determined by the average of three operations trials performed on November 23, 2020 by the staff utilizing aforementioned materials. The specifications of these trials include the staff’s determination of a location for the nearest tap valve which controls the release of municipal water from the location of where the sculpture has been hypothetically installed, which was determined to be at the Southeast wing of the gallery by the former curator of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. As determined by the staff, the valve at the Northeast balcony of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery will be employed for reasonable hypothetical use to tend to the sculpture’s hypothetical operations. In the fully executed “Exhibition Agreement,” the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery confirms in agreement with the artist that the determination of this site for the reasonable use of obtaining municipal water, being the tap valve located at the Northeast balcony of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, will be referred to as the “Claim.” And, based upon three trials, the first of which decidedly determined at 43 minutes and 26 seconds of labor time by the staff where 4 minutes and 42 seconds of which has been spent obtaining municipal water from the claim, the second of which decidedly determined at 30 minutes and 29 seconds of labor time by the staff where 3 minutes and 4 seconds of which has been spent obtaining municipal water from the claim, the third of which decidedly determined at 30 minutes and 32 seconds of labor time by the staff where 2 minutes and 37 seconds of which has been spent obtaining municipal water from the claim, the average labor time for which the staff would be assigned to hypothetically operate the sculpture has been decidedly determined at 34 minutes and 49 seconds. The average time for which the staff would spend to obtain municipal water from the claim would be at 3 minutes and 28 seconds. In the fully executed “Exhibition Agreement,” the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery confirms in agreement with the artist that the unit of 34 minutes and 49 seconds, decidedly determined by the trials for the operations and costs of labor time by the staff for the hypothetical sculpture, will be referred to as “Exposure.”

 

The appropriation of the hypothetical accrued expenses for operating the sculpture which define the costs of municipal water have been obtained following trials which attest to the sculpture requiring 00.0355089 cubic feet or 1005.5 mL of municipal water from the claim per each exposure, where this unit prioritizes the former volume of the collected municipal water, and therefore not the weight of the municipal water, which will have evaporated by the hypothetical operating of the sculpture. Data provided by the staff of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery on November 23, 2020 indicates that units included in the calculations of the unit of exposure, include (1) the time in which it takes to boil the municipal water obtained from the claim with an mixture of Fomadon LQR developer and Syrian Rue, utilizing boiling receptacle and Oster CKSTSB100, and which upon boiling point shall be poured into the hypothetical sculpture, and (2) the amount of time it may take the hypothetical sculpture to evaporate both the mixture of Fomadon LQR developer, Syrian Rue, and the municipal water in their entirety, as well as the light recorded in the angle of incidence at the location of the hypothetical sculpture from where the mixture has evaporated in the gallery at the time of its full evaporation. (1) is defined by 15 minutes and 40 seconds in its first trial, 12 minutes and 16 seconds in its second trial, and 10 minutes and 51 seconds in its third trial, at an average time of 12 minutes and 55 seconds; and (2) is defined by 23 minutes and 4 seconds in its first trial where at the angle of incidence where the sculpture has completed the evaporation of all elements may be recorded at an aperture of f/8.6 at 1/60th of a second and at a light sensitivity and speed of 100 ISO, 15 minutes and 9 seconds in its second trial where at the angle of incidence where the sculpture has completed the evaporation of all elements may be recorded at an aperture of f/8.2 at 1/60th of a second and at a light sensitivity and speed of 100 ISO, and 17 minutes and 4 seconds in its third trial where at the angle of incidence where the sculpture has completed the evaporation of all elements may be recorded at an aperture of f/8.5 at 1/60th of a second and at a light sensitivity and speed of 100 ISO, at an average time of 12 minutes and 55 seconds and average aperture of f/8.4333 at 1/60th of a second and at a light sensitivity and speed of 100 ISO.

 

Hypothetical operations for the sculpture are defined by the application of a single exposure, being 34 minutes and 49 seconds, at a sum of two times daily, based upon the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery’s public gallery hours, 11 AM – 4 PM, Thursday through Sunday, being hours of public operation until March 15, 2020. Exposures are to be applied (1) once at the exact unit of time of a single exposure, being 34 minutes and 49 seconds, minus the time of a daily solar noon, being the exact time at which the Sun crosses the local meridian, and (2) at exactly the same time as a solar noon; therefore, the reasonable hypothetical daily use of the collected municipal water obtained from the claim is allotted to a sum of 00.0710178 cubic feet or 2011 mL daily. Based on units provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Global Monitoring Laboratory, the location of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery is at a Latitude 34.10171 and Longitude -118.29450, where the times of each exposure for the duration of the exhibition have been decidedly determined to be on March 18, 2021 at (1) 12:26:14 PT, and (2) 13:01:03 PT; on March 19, 2021 at (1) 12:25:56 PT, and (2) 13:00:45 PT; on March 20, 2021 at (1) 12:25:38 PT, and (2) 13:00:27 PT; on March 21, 2021 at (1) 12:25:20 PT, and (2) 13:00:09 PT; on March 25, 2021 at (1) 12:24:08 PT, and (2) 12:58:57 PT; on March 26, 2021 at (1) 12:23:50 PT, and (2) 12:58:39 PT; on March 27, 2021 at (1) 12:23:32 PT, and (2) 12:58:21 PT; on March 28, 2021 at (1) 12:23:14 PT, and (2) 12:58:03 PT; on April 1, 2021 at (1) 12:22:02 PT, and (2) 12:56:51 PT; on April 2, 2021 at (1) 12:21:45 PT, and (2) 12:56:34 PT; on April 3, 2021 at (1) 12:21:27 PT, and (2) 12:56:16 PT; on April 4, 2021 at (1) 12:21:10 PT, and (2) 12:55:59 PT; on April 8, 2021 at (1) 12:20:03 PT, and (2) 12:54:52 PT; on April 9, 2021 at (1) 12:19:46 PT, and (2) 12:54:35 PT; on April 10, 2021 at (1) 12:19:30 PT, and (2) 12:54:19 PT; on April 11, 2021 at (1) 12:19:15 PT, and (2) 12:54:04 PT; on April 15, 2021 at (1) 12:18:15 PT, and (2) 12:53:04 PT; on April 16, 2021 at (1) 12:18:01 PT, and (2) 12:52:50 PT; on April 17, 2021 at (1) 12:17:48 PT, and (2) 12:52:37 PT; on April 18, 2021 at (1) 12:17:35 PT, and (2) 12:52:24 PT; on April 22, 2021 at (1) 12:16:46 PT, and (2) 12:51:35 PT. No further specifications to the nature of these trials and their materials, with the utilization of the claim as an exemption, are and will be accessible to a public.

 

The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery has provided the honorarium for this security as determined by (1) the costs of labor time which have been determined by the staff of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery’s time dedicated to the hypothetical daily operations tended to the sculpture, where the cost of which has been obtained by the California Government Code General Provisions §§ 6250 through 6270.7, in chapters which are known and cited as the “California Public Records Act,” and (2) the costs of the municipal utility of water which have been determined by the usage of municipal water required for these hypothetical daily operations and which is to be used by the sculpture, where the cost of which has been obtained by Water Rates Ordinance No. 184130 and based rates upon Schedule C Applicability to Commercial, Industrial, Governmental and Temporary Construction water services for the territory of the City of Los Angeles where commodity charges based on second tier usage as effective on July 1, 2019 apply at a rate of $03.595 per hundred cubic feet of water usage. The honorarium for this security in total sum of aforementioned costs of labor time and costs of utility of municipal water and in lieu of the operations of the hypothetical sculpture is hence in the amount of $498.0510612 accrued by the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and paid in full prior to the exhibition, effectively invoiced by the artist to the gallery on November 29, 2020 and approved by the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at 5:15 PM PT on January 29, 2021.

 

In the agreement for services between the artist and the gallery as part of this exhibition, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery has agreed to broker this security in its full amount on behalf of the artist at no commission for the duration of the exhibition. The brokerage of this security entails the exact sum of the cost of labor time and cost of municipal water for hypothetically operating the sculpture at $498.0510612, where the cost per exposure has been determined at $11.8583586 and at a daily cost of $23.7167172 for the duration of the exhibition. For the brokerage of these exposures, the staff of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery will trade these allotted securities at the spot price of an Standard & Poor Depository Receipt (SPDR) exchange-traded fund in the respective fraction of a share of gold bullion (GLD), which represents at best effort of the fund’s managers of the S&P 500 one-tenth of an ounce of gold daily, on behalf of the artist and using information provided by the artist. The daily costs for these exposures have been adjusted to reflect the New York Stock Exchange trading hours which hence void the exposures which take place after trading hours on March 20, 2021 at (1) 12:25:38 PT, and (2) 13:00:27 PT; on March 21, 2021 at (1) 12:25:20 PT, and (2) 13:00:09 PT; on March 27, 2021 at (1) 12:23:32 PT, and (2) 12:58:21 PT; on March 28, 2021 at (1) 12:23:14 PT, and (2) 12:58:03 PT; on April 3, 2021 at (1) 12:21:27 PT, and (2) 12:56:16 PT; on April 4, 2021 at (1) 12:21:10 PT, and (2) 12:55:59 PT; on April 10, 2021 at (1) 12:19:30 PT, and (2) 12:54:19 PT; on April 11, 2021 at (1) 12:19:15 PT, and (2) 12:54:04 PT; on April 17, 2021 at (1) 12:17:48 PT, and (2) 12:52:37 PT; on April 18, 2021 at (1) 12:17:35 PT, and (2) 12:52:24 PT. Although the exposures which take place on (1) March 18, 2021 at 13:01:03 PT and (2) on March 19, 2021 at 13:00:45 PT occur after trading hours, where (1) occurs at 1 minute and 3 seconds after trading hours, and (2) occurs 45 seconds after trading hours, the staff has been instructed by the artist to continue with these executed trades during the after-hours session at the respective time allotted for the exposure. The cost of these voided exposures have been adjusted to reflect upon new exposure costs at a difference of $237.16712 in their entirety and a daily difference of $21.5606473; therefore, the new daily costs for these exposures shall be at $45.2773692. The staff of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery has been provided time charts and an instructional manual prior to the exhibition. All discrepancies and errors by the staff which infringe upon the time charts provided for these new exposure times and their costs will be subject to record and audit by the artist as part of this exhibition and will not yield any further hypothetical action.

 

To be brokered on behalf of the artist as part of the exhibition, on March 18, 2021 at (1) 12:26:14 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 13:01:03 PT; on March 19, 2021 at (1) 12:25:56 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 13:00:45 PT; on March 25, 2021 at (1) 12:24:08 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:58:57 PT; on March 26, 2021 at (1) 12:23:50 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:58:39 PT; on April 1, 2021 at (1) 12:22:02 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:56:51 PT; on April 2, 2021 at (1) 12:21:45 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:56:34 PT; on April 8, 2021 at (1) 12:20:03 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:54:52 PT; on April 9, 2021 at (1) 12:19:46 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:54:35 PT; on April 15, 2021 at (1) 12:18:15 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:53:04 PT; on April 16, 2021 at (1) 12:18:01 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:52:50 PT; on April 22, 2021 at (1) 12:16:46 PT, the staff will purchase a fraction of a share of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) at the daily exposure cost of $45.2773692, and will sell the same fraction of that share at the spot rate, being at a capital loss or capital gain, at (2) 12:51:35 PT.

 

In agreement for services between the artist and the gallery as part of the exhibition, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery shall broker this initial capital and sum of all capital gain and capital loss of the purchased shares and/or fractions of shares of SPDR Gold Trust (GLD), which includes all profit and/or loss of the initial $498.0510612 through this daily brokerage of $45.2773692 for the duration of the exhibition and which concludes on April 22, 2021 at 12:51:35 PT, at no commission and also on behalf of the artist. With these funds, four separate parcels of land shall be determined as distributed upon four equidistant corners where parcels are likely owned by four individual property owners and each parcel shall be at exactly ninety degrees in perpendicularity with each other parcel. These to be determined parcels shall initially require a determination of a spatial domain and square mileage which will be based upon, but not restricted to, property owned by the Kern Water Bank Authority, where the Kern Water Bank Authority’s Storage Project (KWB) within the Kern Groundwater Authority Groundwater Sustainability Agency (KGAGSA) operates and where data has been based upon U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) reports and which maintain that the westbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at -119.359005 longitude; the eastbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at -119.181268 longitude; the northbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at 35.354472 latitude; the southbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at 35.267138 latitude. This spatial domain remains exclusive to the parcels of land which are owned by the Kern Water Bank Authority with the exemption of both the volume of the subsurface aquifer owned by the Kern Water Bank Authority within or without the aforementioned spatial domain as well as the following owners of parcels which overlap the spatial domain: Buena Vista Water Storage District, 316.4 Acres; California Petroleum Group, Inc., 75.8 Acres; California Petroleum Group, Inc., 429.3 Acres; California Petroleum Group, Inc., 82.7 Acres; Irvine Ranch Water District, 279.2 Acres; Irvine Ranch Water District, 336 Acres; Irvine Ranch Water District, 326.5 Acres; Lee Robert & Stephanie 2006 Family Trust, 317.8 Acres; Singh Gurdial And Kaur Balbir, 26.2 Acres; Malladi S Reddy Md Inc. Pension Plan & Trust, 84.4 Acres; Reddy S K & D K Living Trust, 20.5 Acres; Svivs, 47.9 Acres; Millennium Acquisition LLC., 1.5 Acres; Millennium Acquisitions LLC, 2.2 Acres; Millenium Acquisitions LLC., 1 Acre; 29727 Stockdale LLC., 1.8 Acres; Jack In The Box Properties LLC., 1.1 Acres; Anant & Parminder Family Trust, 0.7 Acres; Eagle Co. Investment Inc., 1.2 Acres; State of California, 1.2 Acres; Singh Gudial And Kaur Balbir, 0.6 Acres; Hugais Mohamed M And Hugais Amal S, 101.9 Acres; City of Bakersfield, 154.2 Acres; Aera Energy LLC., 57.7 Acres; Crestwood West Coast LLC., 41 Acres; Water-Ways Irrigation Eng Inc., 6 Acres; Reagent Chemical & Research Inc., 7.6 Acres; Karr Jess, 26.7 Acres; Union Pacific R/R Co., 101 Acres; Karr Jess, 26.7 Acres; Diamond Farming Co., 557.6 Acres; Elliott Holdings LLC., 8.4 Acres; Chevron USA Inc., 79.2 Acres; Kern Co Water Agency, 233.4 Acres; City of Bakersfield, 1444.5 Acres; Buena Vista Water Storage District, 2067.3 Acres; Lorenzo Alfredo And Lorenzo Blanca E, 458.2 Acres; Tricor Energy LLC., 174.9 Acres; Tricor Energy LLC., 1471.1 Acres; Plains Marketing, 159.9 Acres; Kern Southwest Prop LLC., 217.4 Acres; Erro Edward And Erro Rosemarie, 140.5 Acres; Taft Enterprises Inc., 20.8 Acres; Riggs 1995 Rev Liv Tr., 19.9 Acres; Stilwell Lonnie G, 19.5 Acres; Windriver Holdings LLC., 19.2 Acres; Ghuman Sukhvinder S An Ghuman Jaswinder K, 18.6 Acres; Wonderful Nut Orchards LLC., 371.2 Acres; Raceway Dev LLC., 119.1 Acres; West Kern Water District, 797.1 Acres; Aera Energy LLC., 563.6 Acres; Aera Resources LLC., 319.2 Acres; Crestwood West Coast LLC., 86.5 Acres; Aera Energy LLC., 1289.9 Acres; Aera Energy LLC., 663.1 Acres; California Resources Elk Hills LLC., 14013 Acres; Chevron USA Inc., 2156.2 Acres; Chevron USA Inc., 59.5 Acres; California Department of Parks And Recreation, 991.5 Acres.

 

This spatial domain in its entirety, which includes property owned by the Kern Water Bank Authority as well as all property owned by the aforementioned landowners whom may or may not have affiliations to the Kern Water Bank Authority, shall hence be determined at 60.57264038363428 square miles and which shall be used to model the volume of an hypothetical aquifer beneath these 60.57264038363428 square miles which may or may not be exclusive to the volume of the Kern Water Bank Authority’s Storage Project although reflects the cubic dimensions of an hypothetical aquifer below this spatial domain. The volume of this hypothetical aquifer, being 7.78284269298 miles on each of its sides and hence at 471.42733 cubic miles, shall be used as a value which shall be hypothetically inverted and shifted northward to be placed at the center of a new larger spatial domain and where the volume of the hypothetical aquifer shall exist above ground-level as opposed to an aquifer below ground-level. This new spatial domain shall exist between the southernmost and northernmost latitudes and westernmost and easternmost longitudes of where the Westside Mutual Water Company, LLC and/or Wonderful Citrus LLC and/or Wonderful Citrus and/or Wonderful Citrus II LLC and/or Paramount Farms, LLC and/or Wonderful Lost Hills Development LLC and/or Paramount Farms International LLC and/or Paramount Citrus Association and/or Wonderful Citrus II LLC, and/or Belridge New Farming LLC and/or Paramount Citrus and/or Paramount Farming Company LLC and/or Wonderful Pomegranate Orchards LLC and/or Wonderful Nut Orchards LLC and/or Wonderful Nut Ranches LLC and/or Wonderful Nut Ranches I LLC and/or Wonderful Nut Ranches II LLC and/or Wonderful Nut Ranches III LLC and/or The Wonderful Company LLC and/or Roll Global and/or any affiliate and/or partner and/or subsidiary thereof obtain property ownership and therefore decidedly determined to be that the westbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at -120.116779 longitude; the eastbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at -119.652047 longitude; the northbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at 35.876121 latitude; the southbounding coordinate of this spatial domain is at 35.477452 latitude. This spatial domain represents in its entirety 952.871048100791101 square miles where this value represents solely the perimeter of ownership of properties by the aforementioned property owner(s) and does not represent the area of property owned by the aforementioned property owner(s).This spatial domain of 952.871048100791101 square miles ensures that this brokerage shall be restricted to four equidistant parcels which shall at best effort of this brokerage be 30.868609429334375 miles between each one another and where each parcel shall be at exactly ninety degrees in perpendicularity with each other parcel.

 

The specifications for brokerage of these parcels require that these four parcels be restricted to (1) the shadow cast on the land and not the land itself, where individual parcels require the shadow be cast by the aforementioned hypothetical above ground-level 471.42733 cubic mile mass, being 7.78284269298 miles on each of its sides in also 7.78284269298 miles above ground-level, and hypothetically positioned at the center of the spatial domain of 952.871048100791101 square miles between the westbounding coordinate of -120.116779 longitude and the eastbounding coordinate of -119.652047 longitude and northbounding coordinate of 35.876121 latitude and southbounding coordinate of 35.477452 latitude, so that the hypothetical shadow may be cast at all four parcels at the southwest, southeast, northwest, and northeast corners of this spatial domain in perpendicularity to each one another and at best effort all four parcels to be at 30.868609429334375 miles between each one another where the shadow has cast in at least the time of one single exposure daily, 34 minutes and 49 seconds, and between the hours of the local sunrise and local sunset at the location of the designated parcels, and (2) upon these same parcels shall record at best effort an identical reading of light at the angle of incidence upon these parcels perpendicular to ground-level as to the light recorded in the angle of incidence at the location of the hypothetical sculpture from where the initial mixture of Fomadon LQR developer, Syrian Rue, and municipal water in their entirety had evaporated at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and at the time of its full evaporation, recorded in its average of three trials at an aperture of f/8.4333 at 1/60th of a second and at a light sensitivity and speed of 100 ISO, and must be recorded at the parcels for the duration of one single exposure daily and between the hours of the local sunrise and local sunset at the location of the designated parcels. At the best effort of this brokerage, all parcels in sum of four shall be in lease for the entirety of two exposures daily, being at 69 minutes and 38 seconds in their entirety, daily; where, the lease of these parcels each exist and exist only at those times where and when (1) hypothetical shadows are cast and at maximum the duration of one single exposure for that recorded shadow daily, and (2) the land records at best effort an average aperture of f/8.4333 at 1/60th of a second and at a light sensitivity and speed of 100 ISO and at maximum the duration of one single exposure daily. These two criteria must remain applicable and at best effort indefinitely between the recorded local sunrise and local sunset at the location of the parcels where the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer days in their entirety are never exempt.

 

The dimensions of these individual parcels shall be determined by (1) the hypothetical safe yield of groundwater which may be pumped for the duration of the lease of parcels, being in a total of two exposures at each of the four parcels and at 69 minutes and 38 seconds each, daily, and (2) the hypothetical well depth which shall not exceed or be no less than the depth of the hypothetical subsurface aquifer found between the westbounding coordinate of -119.359005 longitude and eastbounding coordinate of -119.181268 longitude and the northbounding coordinate of 35.354472 latitude and southbounding coordinate of 35.267138 latitude, being at 7.78284269298 miles or 41,093.4094 feet in depth. The hypothetical yield of groundwater in the entirety of all four individual parcels shall at best effort of this brokerage contain no more than the hypothetical appropriation of municipal water obtained from the claim located at the Northeast balcony of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery per each exposure, which have attested to the hypothetical sculpture requiring 00.0355089 cubic feet or 1005.5 mL of municipal water from the claim per each exposure, or 00.0710178 cubic feet or 2011 mL daily. Therefore, each of the four parcels shall yield no more than 00.0088772255 cubic feet or 251.375 mL per exposure, or 00.01775445 cubic feet or 502.75 mL daily, in this determination of the individual parcels’ dimensions. Based on the general yield of the subsurface aquifer at the spatial domain between the westbounding coordinate of -120.116779 longitude and eastbounding coordinate of -119.652047 longitude and the northbounding coordinate of 35.876121 latitude and southbounding coordinate of 35.477452 latitude provided by data from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Central Valley Hydrological Model (CVHM), and the California Department of Water Resources’ (DWR) Water Data Library (WDL) and San Joaquin District office estimates reported to California’s Groundwater Bulletin 118, an hypothetical safe yield calculation can assume that an hypothetical well at 7.78284269298 miles or 41,093.4094 feet in depth may yield 00.0088772255 cubic feet or 251.375 mL per exposure, at 34 minutes and 49 seconds, or 00.00025497 cubic feet per minute, where the hypothetical diameter of the pipe may be at 00.000000412568461 inches.

 

The lease on all four parcels shall commence, each at best effort in 00.00000000000017 square inches, being the area of the hypothetical diameter of the pipe for the groundwater well, and shall be sought at best effort within the spatial domain between the westbounding coordinate of -120.116779 longitude and the eastbounding coordinate of -119.652047 longitude and the northbounding coordinate of 35.876121 latitude and southbounding coordinate of 35.477452 latitude, being at best effort of this brokerage 30.868609429334375 miles between each one another and exactly ninety degrees in perpendicularity with each one another, on September 9, 2021 (Gregorian), 1 Safar 1443 AH (Hijri) and being effective in its entirety for a total of 21 business days respective to the duration and days of the initial exhibition at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery occurring between March 18 and April 22, 2021 on behalf of the artist. This lease shall conclude at the time the hypothetical yield of 1.4203559 cubic feet or 40220 mL of groundwater has been obtained from all four parcels, being the volume of water obtained from the claim at the Los Angeles Municipal Gallery for the duration of the exhibition between March 18 and April 22, 2021.

 

This exhibition has been limited but not restricted to a maximum value of 003, where 001 refers to the first unit of trade, which in the case of this exhibition has originated as a paper water transaction at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. It can be assumed that an infinite amount of trades may be attainable; however, 999-C may be the most reasonable maximum value for these traded commodities.

Public Sculpture 001-C, 2021

courtesy of the artist