Maria Maea – WHEN I CAME TO

WHEN I CAME TO

In residency with Coaxial, Maria Maea will create an environmental sound installation that explores coming into consciousness as an artist and her daily practice of getting out of her own way.

 

Altering the mundane as sacred she constructs her personal mythology - out loud.

 

Maria Maea is a Los Angeles sound + performance artist making objects.

Performs as Concrete Shiva + UNICA

Co-Founder + director of MATA Gallery (2013-2016)

Exhibited in

Pasado Mañana at Commonwealth & Council

Previously Invisible to Me at Club Pro Gallery

Currently exhibiting in On the tip of my tongue at Cloaca Projects

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Mark Hosler & Wobbly from Negativland + Everything is Terrible coming May 27th!

Mark Hosler and WOBBLY / Jon Leidecker from Negativland will perform solo sets and a collaboration set live at Coaxial with special guest Everything Is Terrible! Presale tickets are now available! Scoop them up at Restless Nites Here  Doors at 7pm Show starts promptly at 8pm  

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mediaThe foundation renews their support of Coaxial for another year

Coaxial is happy to announce that mediaThe foundation has awarded us a grant for our 2018-2019 fiscal year, renewing their commitment of furthering the work that Coaxial does. With this grant Coaxial will be able to continue our mission of providing a space for artists to create new media art and

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Coaxial joins Dirty Looks: On Location curatorial committee. A month-long film and performance festival in queer spaces every day in July.

Dirty Looks: On Location July 1 – 31, 2018 Los Angeles   Dirty Looks, a non-profit platform for queer film, video and performance, will bring to Los Angeles a sweeping, month-long film and performance festival in queer spaces every day in July. On Location heralds from New York, where the

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April 21 – RICH GLITCH: An Analog Video Workshop with Anna Luisa Petrisko

In this collaborative, interactive workshop we will journey through the realms of analog video mixing and graphics. Steered by our collective vision, we will use a vintage video mixer, live camera feed, custom Tachyons+ gear, and found footage to create new works of video art that you can use for

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Coaxial Arts Foundation is supported by grants from the following organizations
mediaThe foundation City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) Pasadena Arts Alliance Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts