“There’s all this stuff, and there’s all these creatives nestled in these innovative neighborhoods throughout Atlanta, doing amazing work and paying it forward, yet there is no recognizable voice with a visual inclination for people to listen and lookup too.”
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“As a complex visual dialogue and meditation on the idea of desire, Consuming Passions succeeds in sharpening our appetites.”
Shane Carruth’s sci-fi reverie explores a world out of balance.
05/15/13 Out There Atlanta: Jason Kofke
Kofke talks about screening Soviet films in the Arctic, getting away from the political, and working in collaboration with other artists.
Presented in partnership with BOMB Magazine online, Andrew Alexander speaks with Lauri Stallings.
Brian McGrath Davis documents the residue of bulletin board activity at Emory’s Briarcliff Campus, slated for partial demolition.
ATHICA’s director, Hope Hilton, shares five great and inspirational reads!
“Nagy isn’t drawing pictures of spaces; she’s using drawings to create them.”
Seen through an outsider’s eyes or explored with a new set of intentions, the cities we live in are revealed to be more peculiar than we could have imagined.
Ridley Howard speaks with Jackie Saccoccio about her process, recent shifts, influences, and working in Rome.
“Suburbia guides [us] through time to see the consistent goals of consumer culture and the contemporary boredom that is the result of such social passivity.”
A visit to the reopened Paper Museum at Georgia Tech allows for an exploration into their Dard Hunter collection and archive.
Atlanta artists Meg Aubrey and Christina Price Washington email about grass and mining other suburban symbols.
“Not only is this a new technique for Thacker, but it is a rarity in the medium of collage as a whole.”