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Coaxial is an inspiring, nurturing and inclusive community that offers a venue for art that can't just be sold and hung on walls. As a video artist, I have had a residency at Coaxial, performed live multiple times, screened my work and created several installations. Coaxial has empowered me explore new mediums and be more conceptual in my practice. I've also been greatly inspired by other artists who have shown work at Coaxial and had invaluable opportunities to learn from them in workshops, lectures and conversations. There's really nothing else like Coaxial in Los Angeles. It fills a void in its support for outsider and minority artists whose work might not otherwise be shown. - Alex Pelly Help us support the community! Make a donation or become a member today! Link in Bio ✨
Coaxial is a place that is welcoming for all, a safe place to express yourself freely. I always love playing at Coaxial as it's an excellent venue with great sound & visual capabilities for trying out new material in a live context, that comes with a built in open minded audience. Coaxial is one of the most important art spaces in the greater Los Angeles for fostering creativity across many art forms, spaces like this are key in current times for young artists who are developing a practice and a voice. - Tom Hall Help us support the community! Make a donation or become a member today! Link in Bio🌀
Coaxial is the only gallery and community space in Los Angeles that shows and fosters work in video and experimental art. Through shows, residencies, and workshops they make this type of art accessible to everyone from established artists, to budding minds, and the curious. - Jennifer Juniper Stratford Help us support the community! Make a donation or become a member today! Link in Bio 🔗
SATURDAY: Coaxial is excited to welcome the legendary Evil Moisture all the way from France! For close to three decades, @andy_bolus has been scrambling ears and minds with his uniquely repulsive and outlandish noise. Joining him will be the always astounding @crankst plus Hobo Sonn and a solo iteration of Glands Of External Secretion from Seymour Glass of Bananafish infamy. #evilmoisture #cranksturgeon #glandsofexternalsecretion #hobosonn #losangelesnoise
Our volunteer orientation is tomorrow night 12/9! Join us at 7pm to learn more about how you can lend a hand in the space, introduce you to some of our staff, and answer any questions you may have. all ages welcome :) drinks and snacks provided If you can't make it, but still want to be involved, feel free to write us: firstname.lastname@example.org follow the link in our bio to RSVP
I was fortunate to have participated in a residency at Coaxial in August 2019. The residency provided me with the space and resources to test out a number of new ideas that I have been able to further push and realize in other contexts. Coaxial is significant because of its physical location as well as its location within the larger context of the cultural production of LA’s arts community. Because of its diverse programming, the space is a creative intersection that supports an array of creative practices that range from film and video to music to more technologically experimental projects. It only makes sense that Coaxial’s accessibility as a geographic and cultural location should be matched by its accessibility as a physical location, and making the space ADA compliant is a necessary project. - Nikita Gale Help Coaxial become ADA accessible - Become a member or make a one time donation today! Link in our bio for more details
Join us for Shadow Kitchen Tuesday December 3rd! A screening and conversation with Anna Biller. Tomorrow is also #givingtuesday and Coaxial needs you! Every donation helps us get closer to our ADA accessibility & our continued support of artists in 2020. To learn more & buy tickets follow the link in our bio. ANNA BILLER is a writer and director who creates unique, female-focused, highly visual films. She has a BA from UCLA in art and an MFA from CalArts in art and film. VIVA is a cult freak-out retro 1970's spectacle, about a bored housewife who gets sucked into the sexual revolution.
Coaxial is important to me because it gives artists and audiences space for experimentation. It allows artists with outsider practices to showcase their ideas and process and further the practices they are cultivating. Most gallery venues in LA require artist to have a certain cultural capital to access their space - which keeps things exclusive and unattainable for most. Coaxial has always operated with DIY ethos which keeps art making and art workers generative and inspired. Inclusivity is everything and artist run space like Coaxial model this for the LA community at large. - Maria Maea Become a member or make a one time donation today! Link in bio 💜
Coaxial is an amazing hub for LA's creative communities. It provides a critical space for artists to showcase their work, and uplifts folks who are often overlooked by other galleries or spaces. I help run FeM Synth Lab, a monthly workshop series for womxn and nonbinary folx getting into music production housed at the Women's Center for Creative Work. Coaxial has always been so supportive of FeM Synth Lab. It hosted our last two anniversary parties, which highlighted lots of musicians who rarely get a chance to play. That Coaxial gives a wide range of people the opportunity to share their art is what makes it so special. - Natalie Robehmed Become a member or make a one time donation today! Link in bio 💚
Coaxial is one of my favorite venues in LA. It is one of the only accessible spaces specializing in experimental music, performance art, installation, and artist residencies. I have had the pleasure of performing at Coaxial multiple times, including a three day noise festival as well as my personal album release show. In both instances, the experience was extremely enjoyable. The staff and volunteers were extremely helpful in every way. I love this place and it needs to stay open in order to operate as the amazing cultural hub that it is. - Peter Kalisch Become a member or make a one time donation today! Link in bio 🧡
Tbt some more installation shots of @free.the.land ‘s absolutely EPIC installation and art residency at our space last month. We’ve been meaning to give them a huge thanks on here for bringing such intelligent and prolific work to Coaxial Arts. 💚💚 >>>>PS. link in bio to our drive to become a member and to help make Coaxial ADA accessible!!
Thanks again to @recombinantfestival for bringing out such amazing AV artists from Asia to >California and to >Coaxial Arts. In order @33emybw @hanhan_gooooose @kyoka.sound. Extra visuals by @cloaking__ and @tomhallsonics and support from @private.selection.records 📷 @siouxsiepod. What an epic event! ❣️ PS. Please donate to our drive to help make Coaxial ADA accessible. Link in bio! 🙏🏽
Our membership drive begins today! Help Coaxial become ADA accesible and support our 2020 programs by becoming a sustaining member or make a one-time donation. Our community is constantly expanding and we want to continue bringing you experimental screenings, performances, exhibitions, workshops, and more. Follow the link in our bio to learn about our member perks❤️
11/30/19. Fatt Grabbers bring Keith Foster from Portland to Coaxial backed by local DJ and live set support
Tuesday night // @shadowkitchen_la presents an evening of found footage films in collaboration with 3toncinema! This screening will feature films created from material from the 3ton archive, along with a special 16mm screening by 3ton cofounder Monty Cantsin of undigitized films from the archive! Doors at 7:30, screening starts at 8
Tomorrow!! Closing of Free The Land Headquarters Free The Land (FTLHQ) is an evolving collaborative project initiated in 2013 by Jesse Sanes. A media diary of environmental impressions natural and domestic, it has manifested in print, collage work, soundmap contributions, guerrilla internet performance, live electronics, sculpture and immersive audio and visual installation. In equal measures exploratory and earnest, FTL pulls field recordings, found material, and digital media into a compost of synthesis and free manipulation. How do bodies relate to habitat, to land? How do plants relate to bodies? How does physical space relate to cyberspace? Ever since the inauguration of the project in 2013 Free The Land has evolved towards a greater degree of collectivity and collaboration. FTLHQ is the collective aspect of Free The Land in full bloom. This residency program is supported by grants by The Department of Cultural Affairs City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County Arts Commission
TONIGHT!!!!! RARELY SEEN PUBLIC ACCESS CHAOS! We have raided the Public Access archives of Threee Geniuses co-creator, Dan Kapelovitz and what we have found is total television chaos. This one will be a complete riot, not to be missed. Featuring strange bodybuilders, religious freakouts, the bizarro puppetry of David Liebe Hart (Tim & Eric Awesome Show!), a young Ariel Pink, Don Bolles (Germs) tinkering with far out sounds, endearing go-go dancing, Giddle Partridge, out-of-control visuals and so much more! ... "The Threee Geniuses (co-created by Dan Kapelovitz, Jon Shere and Tim Wilson) was rightfully dubbed “The most intentionally psychedelic television show on cable TV.” (LA Weekly) It utilizes no pre-production, no post-production—just pure, unadulterated production. The show is conceived, written, acted, shot, sound-mixed and edited live, in “real-time,” so that in less than 30 minutes, another complete, fully realized, mind-blowing video masterpiece of Total Television Freak-Out is spontaneously generated." Doors 8pm / Films at 9pm $10 donation at the door.
THURSDAY 10/24 DOORS 8PM / Films 9PM. “The most intentionally psychedelic television show on cable TV.” (LA Weekly). We dug up the INSANE public access archives of THE THREEE GENIUSES circa 1996-2005. w/ SPECIAL GUESTS! $10 donation at the door or through the LINK IN BIO.
THIS FRIDAY we are bringing together some of our favorite experimental artists! ERIC FRYE, JEFF WITSCHER, MSHR, LEGAL GARDEN.. we are sad to say Nour Mobarak had to cancel, but we hope to have her back soon. SEE YOU THIS WEEKEND 💫
Thanks to everyone who made it to the Free The Land Headquarters open house yesterday. Their installation will be up all month, more information for open hours TBA. Thanks to @free.the.land for diving in so deep during their residency and for sharing an expansive cyberspace reality, tangible eco experimentations and video artwork with Coaxial. Thanks to @localsvsgentry for bringing their art prints attributing their Native American ancestry (during Indigenous People’s Month). And hats off to @plantintelligenceagency for contributing as well.
FREE THE LAND HQ "We really need a head quarters u guys...." The FTL Headquarters, our residency at @coaxialarts in LA as well as our cyber village on @discordapp, has surpassed all expectations. For the past week artists, activists, ecologists and punks have congregated at Coaxial to discuss, bond, exchange experiences, spit game, make art and party. The exhibition we're hosting today is directly formed by our experiences this week and the bonds we have formed. From Stockholm to North East LA - Free The Fucking Land ✌️🌻🥬