ViewPoints: Case Bargé

February 29, 2020 / 2:30pm3:30pm

A deeper exploration of Temporary Spaces of Joy and Freedom. Free & open to all.

Take a deep dive into the exhibition Temporary Spaces of Joy and Freedom with moCa New Agent and alternative songwriter/performer Case Bargé, who will engage participants in considering the role of sound in Indigenous and Black liberation work and joy. The local musician will also perform a new spoken word piece he created in response to the exhibition.

Founder of ALOOF (Alls Lost Outside Our Fantasy) Recordings, a creative collective and independent music label working towards social and environmental transformation; Case Bargé aims to distract from what is exploited in mainstream music and media.