Anne Archer Dennington, Executive Director404.245.5853, info @ fluxprojects.org Description:
FLUX is a one-night public art celebration presented by Flux Projects in the streets and empty spaces of the Castleberry Hill Art District. The event includes large and small-scale projections, performance, dance, music, light installations, and other forms of multi-media projects and public interactions.commissioned projects
Tristan Al-Haddad, Cloud cutting: Inverted ground, curator Alexandra Sachs (continues through December): clouds become canvases Amber Boardman with flutist Jessica Peek Sherwood, VC (Visual Concert): animated video installation and live musical performance, featuring music by Wagner and Jacob Ter Veldhuis Ed Calhoun, Linda Calhoun, and Ralph Brancaccio, Lima Lives! (begins in September): roving video projection celebrates a zebra born to run Brandon Davey, Arm Wrestling Table: performance and competition Marisa Dipaola, The Garden of Oz: sculptural light installation Diane Dwyer, Can I get you anything else?: interactive performance Sarah Emerson, The Moon Is Down: window installation Etc. Collaborative, The Traveling Menagerie: parade and interactive installation J.D. McGuire, The Vibrating Pictorial Field of Vision: video projection Douglas Weathersby, ES Paint Shed (project begins in September): installation and performance, the art of paint abatement Osborn Brown (Brett Osborn and Michael Brown), Mike Washes the Window: video installation Project 7 Contemporary Dance Company, The Movement Gallery: multisensory installation and performance incorporating dancers in a glass terrarium Micah Stansell and Whitney Stansell, Between You and Me: five-channel video projection explores the rise of electronic communication Stan Woodard, Fireflies: light installation
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Added: Sep 4, 2010 at 10:54 AM // Last Modified: Sep 4, 2010 at 11:20 AM
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