DORIAN WOOD — CANTO DE TODES
Dorian Wood: “The idea of impermanence can be frightening for many of us. We enter spaces that can offer familiarity and comfort, and in doing so we accept the relative briefness of what these spaces offer us. With CANTO DE
OCTAVIO SOLIS — SCENE WITH CRANES
A death in the family, a mother's anguish. Join playwright Octavio Solis and his cast at REDCAT for the world premiere of SCENE WITH CRANES. Directed by Chi-wang Yang and set in East Los Angeles, the production marks the twentieth anniversary
FAYE DRISCOLL — THANK YOU FOR COMING: SPACE
The third part of Driscoll’s “Thank You for Coming” series—following “Attendance” and “Play”—THANK YOU FOR COMING: SPACE is the artist’s “solo” collaboration with the audience and an interactive set, presented this week at REDCAT in Los Angeles for three performances.
REDCAT NEW ORIGINAL WORKS FESTIVAL 2022 — WEEK ONE
The NEW ORIGINAL WORKS FESTIVAL 2022 opens this week with a triple bill of dance and music performances at REDCAT. “Restless autumn, restless spring”—presented by Achinta S. McDaniel and her Blue13 Dance Company—works from a Fluxus-inspired score in its “response
AMERICAN ARTIST AND AYANA JAMIESON IN CONVERSATION
Join American Artist and Ayana Jamieson—founder of the Octavia E. Butler Legacy Network—in conversation to celebrate the opening of the exhibition AMERICAN ARTIST—SHAPER OF GOD at Redcat. Curator Adam Kleinman will moderate the discussion, followed by audience Q&A.
HILTON ALS AT REDCAT
You have to forgive people [that you know] for who they are, but forgiveness doesn't mean at the expense of your own life. And that's what I didn't grow up learning. That's why I think writing is [a twin] to
MAGGIE NELSON — THINKING ALOUD WITH OTHERS
Maggie Nelson—CalArts’ 2022 MA Aesthetics and Politics Theorist in Residence and author of OnFreedom (2021)—presents the public lecture Thinking Aloud with Others. This virtual REDCAT event is part of the School of Critical Studies program at CalArts.
CLAUDIA RANKINE AND WILL RAWLS — WHAT REMAINS
Incorporating passages from Claudia Rankine's book-length lyric poems Citizen and Don't Let Me Be Lonely (and inspired as well by Homi K. Bhabha’s 2016 Artforum essay “Writing the Void”), WHAT REMAINS—in words, movement, and affective force—addresses and responds to conditions of
WOLFGANG TILLMANS AND HAMZA WALKER IN CONVERSATION
[After a break for] thirty years, I started to think about [making music] again. I wanted it not to be something that is amateurish. I want musicians to think this is okay, this is serious. Even though my recognition as
NOW FESTIVAL 2021 — DAVID, MY GOLIATH
This is one of those projects where I really had to practice bravery and trust my instinct. — Jobel Medina. Queer, knowingly melodramatic, and propulsive, Medina’s new work DAVID, MY GOLIATH—danced by Medina and Joey Navarrette—is one of three featured acts