Inspired by the acclaimed 60×60 series, No More No Place is a celebration of modern sound and video art presented as a stylistic and aesthetic collage. A play on “India-No-Place” (a derogatory and dated nickname for Indianapolis), the event’s title reclaims the phrase while simultaneously highlighting the city’s vibrant creative community.
Curated by Indianapolis multimedia artist Jordan Munson, No More No Place combines 2-minute recorded audio works with eclectic video art. These pairings are presented back-to-back in a monumental immersive environment, utilizing the Circle’s state-of-the art sound and projection system.
Showcasing over 50 of Indy’s creative professionals, this event provides a rare opportunity to experience works from a diverse group of sound and video artists, all in the span of 60 minutes.
Under Flow – Katelyn Calhoun
Two Minutes in the Key of C – Airport People
Take – David “Moose” Adamson
REFRAINs – Ben Martinkus
Crescendo ‘22 – Greg O’Neill
Black Paint – Bayonet Media
To Vepó Mood – Sharlene Birdsong
1969 Love – Will Wertz
Oolitic Monument – Landon Caldwell
A Black Woman – Deonna Weatherly
Compass – Rob Funkhouser
Space Age – Matt Panfil
May 2, 2022 – Deantoni Parks
Japan in Between – Daniel Arthur Jacobson
Hereafter – Zakè & Ossa
Rodeo – Bayonet Media
In the Quiet Shadows – Hauntron
Within the Tornado Itself – Natasha Richardson O’Neill
I Wonder if it Remembers Me – Amanda Gardier
Last Days of Summer – Alex Rodgers