About This Artist

Javier Stell-Fresquez (Chican@, Tigua & Piro Native), Ivan “Ivy” Monteiro (Brasil), and Davia Amerasu Spain (San Francisco Bay Area native), compose a trinity of young, fierce, POC femme artists. Our collective expertise spans theater, sound and video production, dance, and organizing, as well as drag, among other forms that our queer ancestors developed in queer nightlife spaces, and backyard family barbecues.

Applying intersectional and intertribal methods, we set our triune gaze on the landfill that is our present society. Holding up umbilical and ancestral knowledge as we decolonize the future, our very existence and emergent voices defy neocolonialism, white supremacy, and patriarchy.

©Yvonne M. Portra

©Yvonne M. Portra

About This Project

Mother The Verb is a Queer/Trans performance dance, produced and created by Ivan Monteiro (Brasil), Javier Stell-Fresquez (Chican@ originally from El Paso, Tigua & Piro Native), and Davia Amerasu Spain (San Francisco Bay Area native), a trinity of young, fierce, POC femmes fucking up post-colonialism, white supremacy and patriarchy one breath at a time. This trinity will be making a new experimental performance piece exploring the glorification and damnation of our many mothers, asking how we can transcend the toxins flowing in our bodies and societies.


Follow their progress and community work at Facebook.com/MotherTheVerb

 

Upcoming Events

BARN OWL

Evan Johnson and Teddy Hulsker in collaboration with Libby King
Thu-Sat, May 31-Jun 2, 8pm

ALIEN

Tim Rubel Human Shakes and Elisabeth Kindler-Abali
Thu-Sat, June 14-16, 8pm

IN CIVILITY #2: Outrage Machine and TecTonic Shifts

Deborah Slater/Deborah Slater Dance Theater & John Fesenko and dævron & Raissa Simpson’s PUSH Dance Company
Thu-Sat, Sept 13-22, 8pm-9pm

Archived Events

Swimming Pool

CRAIN/LACHMAN/POLIAK
Thu-Sat, May 17-19, 8pm

Art Party & Auction

The CounterPulse Annual Benefit
May 10, 2018

Mural Painting at CounterPulse

with Twin Wall Mural Co.
April 12-28

Knowledge and Affirmation from the Past

Txutxo Perez
Fri, Apr 6, 3pm-5pm

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