Saturday, December 5th – Paul Pescador “Between Crushes” featuring work by Maura Brewer & Fleshmarket Theatre Co

Maura Brewer – :/nterstellar / Fleshmarket Theatre Co – “To Be or Not To Be REMIXED” / Paul Pescador – Between Crushes Starting 7 pm, Saturday, December 5th Coaxial Arts presents an evening of performance works with artists Maura Brewer, Flesh Market Theater Co and Paul Pescador. Each set of

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Bikini Virgins: “EL SANTO CON LAS MUJERES VAMPIRO”

November 13, 2020 8 p.m PST “EL SANTO CON LAS MUJERES VAMPIRO” Live Music / Blue Screen Movie Performance Surf/Noise/Punk/Experimental band BIKINI VIRGINS (Carmina Escobar, Josh Gerowitz, Georgia Bell) musicalizes and performs a live adaptation of “El Santo vs Las mujeres Vampiro.” The extraordinary Laura Gutierrez, a specialist in queer

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“A New Futurity” curated by Paulina Lara

Coaxial is proud to present “A New Futurity” curated by Paulina Lara on our livestream: twitch.tv/coaxialarts on Friday, October 23 at 7 pm. At this moment in time, where isolation, death, and a looming reality hang in the consciousness of American society, these artists explore depictions of the future in

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AXIAL AGE FESTIVAL

Coaxial Arts Foundation presents AXIAL AGE FESTIVAL livestreamed and co-presented with curators The Wulf, Island of Misfit Toys, nettnett /+/ OTONO, Queerspace, Raah Lein, and the Coaxial board. Our new Axial Age is a contemporary liminal period, when old certainties had lost their validity and new ones are still not

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Cycling ’74 interviews Coaxial artist in residence Kamau Patton

An Interview with Kamau Patton, written by Christopher Reid Martin published July 21, 2020. Appears on the Cycling ’74 blog here: https://cycling74.com/articles/an-interview-with-kamau-patton As of this time in the Summer of 2020, galleries, museums, and venues in America’s cities are inaccessible due to restrictions on social gatherings. As a result of

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MEMBERSHIP DRIVE EXCLUSIVE

Make a donation of $10 and we will send you a postcard with tiny painting by one of our fellow artists! Each postcard will be unique and mailed directly to you. Postcard design by our 2016 intern Julia Henderson.

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The Path Forward at Coaxial

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

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Eva Aguila – Comida a Mano: Opening & Video Screening

Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 5 PM – 11 PM at Reseda Park Coaxial Arts Foundation is excited to announce Comida a Mano an installation and video screening part of Current LA: Food. Opening of comal installation and video screening by Eva Aguila, Omolara Abode, Zeina Baltagi, Ciriza, Arshia Fatima

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Coaxial receives grants from National Endowment for the Arts &  California Arts Council

Coaxial is happy to announce that we have received two grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works – Media Art & California Arts Council (CAC) Local Impact. These grants will allow Coaxial to continue our artist residency program and will provide much needed funding for artists during their residency.   NEA’s

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Interview with Lev Abramov by Suzy Poling

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

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