About Water is a traveling photography exhibition created by photographers Jasmine Amara and Jen Fedrizzi aimed to inspire a social change around our culture’s relationship with water.
S A N C T U A R Y is a multimedia, installation-based show featuring work by Monica Canilao, Nick Brown, Double Diamond Sun Body, Britt Harrison, B. Justine Jaime, Erik Flores, Frohawk Two Feathers and Kim Kei that works to question concepts of a personal and cultural sanctuary.
We've put the icing on the cake for Sanctuary's closing night. After the Sanctuary performance, featured artist Double Diamond Sun Body will perform a video and sound installation live. Catch the the final show before we have to dismantle and disperse our temporary sanctuary.
Sanctuary is honored to be hosting an evening of live music featuring layered electronic soundscapes and ethereal vocals by musician Hil Jaeger and sounds of hip-hop with roots of jazz by the Zephyr Avalon Trio.
We are pleased to present Sanctuary, an immersive experience fusing art and live performance. Our audience is invited to explore the installations at will, lingering where they want, confronting what threatens or provokes, while a performance moves continuously throughout the space. Sanctuary features work by Monica Canilao, Double Diamond Sun Body, Lindsey Garrett, Britt Harrison, Tess Hewlett, B. Justine Jaime, Jeremy Radin, Nick Thurston and Frohawk Two Feathers.
This Future Talks gathering will focus on sexual positivity and exploration and how these taboo topics fit into your feminist ethics. The conversation is hosted by Danielle Doresy, a pansexual, kink-positive, ethically non-monogamous LA-based writer. She is a regular blogger for Chakrubs, the first crystal sex toy company.
Future Tongue invites you to join us for our very first meeting in a new series called Future Talks. In this first session, we will be facilitating a conversation about intersectional feminism, specifically how we can raise our individual and collective consciousness about representation and inclusivity, in our personal work and collaborative efforts.
This is the closing reception for the group show Extraction. We will be having dance performance and a video installation created by The Ladies Dewald. This piece touches on the relay of information that gets past on through time and people. Changing slightly with each passage. Also, the electronic project NK-Riot will be performing live. Which is best described as an imaginative, electric orchestration of reverberating synth pop.
This is the third edition of the group show Extraction. Artists Maja Ruznic and Suné Woods will be leading a public discussion about their art practice and inspirations.
This is the second edition of the exhibition Extraction. If you missed us the first time you have a second chance! Tonight we will be have a special performance and video installation from artist and Future Tongue co-founder, B. Justine Jaime.
This is the opening reception for a group show curated around the theme of memory. A memory that is so impactful that it seems to of been excavated from your body. Stolen, preserved yet removed. Live entertainment provided by the sparkly electro dance and music combo, Tickle Torture.
Future Tongue will be hosting a creative critique for all forms of visual art. So grab your work, a beer, and the talking sticking.
Future Tongue is teaming up with Astroetic Studios and Daniel Dorky to create a multifaceted event featuring, installation, art, music and a public discussion of all of the above. This show will be apart of the monthly art walk in Downtown, Los Angeles.
Future Tongue has had a great residency at The Lost Knight this month. Come celebrate this collection with us for one last time! Spaceland is putting together a great line up, so we'll have some new local music to enjoy. Lets start off 2016 together!
An evening of experimental jazz and hip hop, featuring Linosphere and Austin Antoine, for our mid-residency event at The Lost Room, in Echo Park, LA.
Future Tongue is teaming up with Astroetic Studios and Danielle Dorky to create an event entitled The Eternal Unknown that will celebrate visual art, live music and the creative string that runs between the two.
A month long residency at the alternative music and arts event space, The Lost Room in Echo Park, Los Angeles. Future Tongue is working in collaboration with Luke Hanna from Spaceland LA to curate multiple events throughout the month of December, 2015 that highlight the unique pool of contemporary artist and musicians living in Los Angeles.