Bajo la Sombra del Sol (Under the Sun’s Shadow) is a performative hypertextural scenic work by extreme vocalist, improviser, and intermedia artist Carmina Escobar that is staged, makes communion with, and is filmed at the natural landscape of Mono Lake, California.
To mark the opening of Florian Hecker - Resynthesizers, an exhibition by Florian Hecker produced by Equitable Vitrines at the MAK Center’s Fitzpatrick-Leland House, Ina Blom will deliver a talk entitled Intramachinic Atmospheres: Florian Hecker and the Fabrication of Sensing.
The Karrabing Film Collective, an Indigenous media group based in Australia’s Northern Territories, uses the creation of film and art installations as a form of Indigenous grassroots resistance and self-organization.
Black Quantum Futurism is an interdisciplinary creative practice between Camae Ayewa and Rasheedah Phillips, weaving quantum physics with Afrodiasporic concepts of time, ritual, text, and sound. Their work creates counter-chronologies and grandmother paradoxes and envisions Black quantum womanist futures that rupture exclusionary versions of history and future. This practice spans writing, music, film, visual art, and creative research with a focus on recovering, collecting, and preserving communal memories, histories, and stories. Through its work and alongside collaborators, Black Quantum Futurism aims to develop and enact a new spatiotemporal consciousness.
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