Indexical’s Collocation series continues with a program curated by Teodora Stepančić, featuring Laura Cetilia. Cetilia is a composer a performer, co-founder of Ordinary Affects, and part of duo Mem1 with Mark Cetilia. She and Stepančić frequently collaborate through the LCollective and Piano+ series.

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Collocation 3: Teodora Stepančić with Laura Cetilia

Sunday, August 22, 2021 from 2pm to 4pm | Add to Calendar
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Indexical’s Collocation series continues with a program curated by Teodora Stepančić, featuring Laura Cetilia. Cetilia is a composer a performer, co-founder of Ordinary Affects, and part of duo Mem1 with Mark Cetilia. She and Stepančić frequently collaborate through the LCollective and Piano+ series.

Past Events

Collocation 2: Andrew Weathers with Justin Houser and Noah Alonzo

Sunday, June 20, 2021 from 6pm to 8pm at Twitch

Indexical’s Collocation series continues with a program curated by Andrew Weathers, featuring Justin Houser and Noah Alonzo. Houser and Alonzo perform at CO-OPt Research + Projects from Lubbock, Texas, and converse with Andrew Weathers of Full Spectrum Records.

Collocation 1: Michelle Lou with T.J. Borden

Sunday, May 16, 2021 from 6pm to 8pm at Twitch

Indexical’s Collocation series launches with a program curated by Michelle Lou, featuring cellist and frequent collaborator T.J. Borden. Borden performs “Bob Hope Airport Train Station” and converses with Michelle Lou for Indexical’s Collocation series.

Amadeus Julian Regucera & Splinter Reeds: Absence in relief (audio and visual studies in intimacy)

From Friday, April 9, 2021 at 7pm to Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 5:00pm at Radius Gallery

Amadeus Julian Regucera and Splinter Reeds bring to you a new piece, commissioned by the ensemble prior to COVID-19, and reimagined as an audio-visual installation for Radius Gallery and Indexical in Santa Cruz. The work – Absence in relief (audio and visual studies in intimacy) – is part of a series developed in close collaboration with performers, engendering conversations about consent and trust, complicity and gaze, and power and dynamics in performance.

Moor Mother + Rasheedah Phillips: Black Quantum Futurism

Friday, November 13, 2020 from 4pm to 6pm at Twitch

Moor Mother – a Philadelphia artist praised as part of “a new generation of visionary black storytellers” (The New York Times) – premieres a new video as part of Indexical’s continued online programming. Weaving through haunting slave narratives as dystopian allegory, negro spirituals, and Black ritual, Moor Mother’s work points to a liberated future through Black Quantum Futurism, a project in partnership with author Rasheedah Phillips. Through a time of ecological and social disaster, she says, “I’m not saying, this is the end, we’re all doomed,” but rather that “I believe there is another way. So it’s about trying to get the audience to understand another way of digesting the truth.”

Carmina Escobar: The Light That Heals

Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 8pm to 10pm at Twitch

Tune in at https://indexical.org/stream (/stream)!

Anna Friz + Delicate Sen

Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 6pm at Twitch

Anna Friz is a Canadian sound and media artist and media studies scholar. Since 1998 Anna has predominantly created self-reflexive radio for broadcast, installation or performance, where radio is the source, subject, and medium of the work. Her compositions for theatre, dance, film, installation, and solo performance reflect upon public media culture, environment and infrastructure (human and extra-human, acoustic, and electro-magnetic), time perception, and speculative fiction.