Beginning January 1, 2004, one year in LA was based at 2121 North San Fernando Road in the former Capitol Records record pressing plant in Los Angeles, California.

David E. Stone selected Los Angeles, California as the location for one year in LA for several reasons.  One of Stone's artistic interests is depicting the various ways that reality can be perceived and Los Angeles via Hollywood has been instrumental in our culture for manufacturing realities for public consumption.

Los Angeles has a thriving arts scene that is serious and allows for humor and irony.  That commitment and tolerance is echoed in Stone's work making Los Angeles the perfect home for this ambitious undertaking.

The selection of the former Capitol Records pressing plant is an allusion to another important and  historic aspect of Los Angeles culture and the music industry.

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