ADAKU, PART 1: THE ROAD OPENS—a new work by performing artist Okwui Okpokwasili, with music by Okpokwasili and Peter Born—makes its way to Los Angeles this week with three performances at REDCAT. The artist’s practice of “speculative mythology” in sight
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.
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
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.
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.
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