February 19 – April 9:
If the Source is Open (Megamix),
a new immersive sound installation by artist collective Sonic Insurgency Research Group (SIRG), continues the artists’ 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. The collective consists of Chicago-based artists, Josh Rios and Matt Joynt and Boston-based artist Anthony Romero
a gospel by artist, writer, and curator Leila Weefur (He/They/She), is a multi-channel film experience that recounts a relationship between God, the Church, and a queer Black child; exploring the playful impulses, innocence, and underlying violence implicated in the experience of queer Black children in the Christian Church.
THE ABSOLUTE VALUE OF INFINITY ON ITS SIDE (O DISSIPATION),
is a new Art on the Move project by artist collective the 181. Collective members Brandon Boan (Old Fort, NC), Abby Donovan and Tom Hughes (Eugene, OR and Newark, DE) and Jason Rhodes (Bend, OR) will conduct a series of activations at Locust Projects and in and around Miami. Participating artists include: Cose Cosmiche (Milan, IT), Emile Milgrim (Miami, FL), Rat Bastard (Miami, FL), among others.
Locust Projects is an arts incubator producing and presenting exhibitions, programs, and projects. Founded by artists for artists in 1998, Locust Projects is Miami’s longest-running nonprofit alternative art space. As a leading incubator of new art and ideas, Locust Projects emphasizes boundary-pushing creative endeavors, risk-taking, and experimentation by local, national, and international artists. We invest in South Florida’s arts community by providing artists with project grants and empower creative careers by supporting the administrative work of being an artist through an onsite artist resource hub and access to pro bono legal services.
Locust Projects3852 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, Fl. 33127
P: 305 576 8570