As our primary programming involves bringing large groups of people together, we expect that it will be largely impossible for us to host normal programming from Mid-March 2020 through at least early 2021. For the next nine months as much as possible we are recontextualizing the content online through a
Suzy Poling interviews Lev Abramov about his 8 hour performance “Sweat Equity”, that took place inside of Christopher Reid Martin’s installation, “Mar Gauge”. Sept 9th, 2018. https://www.levabramov.com/sweat-equity 1. I see that you often times do very long performances that involve a lot of endurance. How important of
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
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
Shot using documentary techniques, Obscura is a collection of photographs curated to convey an otherwordly narrative, with subjects often obscured or distorted using in-camera techniques. Subverting the traditional print model, the photos will be displayed on light boxes throughout the gallery. Alex the Brown is a photo/video artist using documentary
COAXIAL ARTS FOUNDATION welcomes award winning video artist and pioneer, Denise Gallant. This multimedia lecture and synth demonstration will represent 45 years of video effects by Denise, continually using the Synopsis Video Synthesizer, an early analog synth, designed by Rob Schafer and built by Denise Gallant. Moderated by Sharsten Plenge