Jonathan González (they/them) is an educator, cultural organizer, farmer, and artist at the intersections of performance and time-based media from Queens, New York. González’s current projects speculate on otherwise Black and Indigenous cosmologies (Tiffany Lethabo King) of practice and poetry as a method towards breaking with the pentameter (Kamau Brathwaite) regarding systems of sociality, the afterlife of coloniality, and transnational dialogues on catastrophe and interconnectedness. Their recent projects/collaborations include: 02020 (Performance Space New York), ZERO (Danspace Project), N**GGA F*GG*TS, & WHAT I REALLY MEAN WHEN I SAY “I’M ABOUT TO BURN THIS F**KING BITCH DOWN. (region(es) mag), Not Total (homeschool PDX, Yale Union x Paragon Arts Gallery), Working on Water in collaboration with Mario Gooden (Columbia School of Architecture), h/S: Jonathan González (CICCIO), Maroonage: Elaborations on the Stage and Staying Alive (Contact Quarterly), Lucifer Landing I & II (MoMA PS1 x Abrons Arts Center), black MoMA (Museum of Modern Art). Their curations include Sunday Service @ Knockdown Center and Movement Research Fall Festival: invisible material. Previously an LMCC Workspace Resident, NARS Foundation AIR, Jerome Foundation Fellow, Mertz Gilmore Grantee, Art Matters Fellow, and Performance Art/Theater Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grantee.