Join Locust Projects in celebrating the opening of three new exhibitions on view February 19 - April 9, 2022, featuring three new exhibitions by SIRG, Leila Weefur, and the 181 Collective.
If the Source is Open (Megamix) continues Sonic Insurgency Research Groups’ (SIRG) explorations of the role sound and noise play in the structuring of life, particularly as ideas about sound and noise are leveraged in the struggle over cultural consensus, social power, and public space.
PLAY†PREY is a gospel presented as a multi-channel film experience, that recounts a relationship between God, the Church, and a queer Black child. The four-part film, and its accompanying architectural display, explore the playful impulses, innocence, and underlying violence implicated in the experience of queer Black children in the Christian Church.
Artist collective the 181 (Brandon Boan, Abby Donovan, Tom Hughes, Jason Rhodes) will activate a series of circumstantial compositions considering time-based obstruction, including: the ancient Mud Lake Canal, Reserve-Capacity wave maneuvers, attempts to spot the endangered snail kite, shadow-telling trails from Mabel Cody, and other anomalous successions. Learn more here.
Locust Projects is OPEN! Come see the two new exhibitions on view by Tania Candiani and Cornelius Tulloch! Wed - Sat, 11am - 5pm.
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