The second exhibition in the MAK Center’s Garage Exchange Vienna - Los Angeles series, Double Crossings, is created by former artist in residence Hans Schabus in collaboration with Culver City-based Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI). During his 2005 residency, Schabus developed Los Angeles River Crossings, a project in which he walked the entire 52-mile length of the river, mapping and documenting its more than 100 bridges. In a parallel venture, CLUI created Salt Flat Crossings, which documents Interstate 80 in northwestern Utah and the sites where it is "crossed" by drainage culverts. In the Garage Top, Salt Flat Crossings is presented as an obverse analog of Los Angeles River Crossings. Together these works comment on different qualities of moving through the environment, different modes of perception, and our relationship to what was once known as the "natural world," but is now something else entirely.