How might an intimate relationship to sound, frequency, and vibration inform how we participate in shaping collective change? Centering improvisatory experimentation, creative intimacy, process, memory, and Black temporalities, three Bay Area sound artists investigate sonic interaction as an embodied liberation practice for co-creating new realities. Performing artist and cultural worker Sarah Cargill is joined by composer and scholar Amadeus Julian Regucera, and installation artist and sound engineer Leviathe (Lien Do): a deconstructed ensemble, reimagining the possibilities of ensemble-based instrumental performance. The series culminates Friday, March 19 at 6 p.m. in a special broadcast on SFMOMA’s YouTube channel
, followed by a live Q&A with the artist, sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission and presented in collaboration with SFMOMA’s Public Engagement department.