On an early Friday morning, I had the chance to catch up with Dashboard Co-op artists Heather Greenway and Kevin Byrd in advance of the opening of “Shifting Scapes,” a collaboration between Dashboard Co-op and the City of Duluth. Sitting in the Dash gallery on Spring Street across from the Varsity restaurant, Byrd and Greenway talked about working around each other in the same space, exploring the real and imagined distance between Atlanta and its “Edge Cities,” and the dynamic energy that Dashboard Co-op and its peer organizations are generating in Atlanta and beyond.
Floyd Hall is passionate about media, art, and technology and has worked across the media spectrum in a variety of roles and capacities, including strategy, research, and production. He holds a BS in Mathematics from Morehouse College, a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech, and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
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