[Updated] Helen Hale has an aura. She sculpts and molds it with her hands, gesturing in swirls around her. You feel privileged to be on the edge of her bubble. Constantly moving yet quietly composed, contained and aware of her body and surroundings, it’s instantly apparent that Hale is a dancer. A native Atlantan, Hale [...]
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Not too long from now, Atlantans will have four new murals to appreciate as they trek through various corners of Atlanta’s urban landscape. Four Coats Neighborhood Mural Project, the brainchild of Beep Beep gallery’s James McConnell, has pulled together four Atlanta galleries to curate a collection of public murals. As quoted on Four Coat’s website, [...]
Click above for video documentation of various performances and sound installations included in Convergent Frequencies, as it was presented Friday, September 17.
i45 will once again challenge our understanding of the role of traditional galleries with their new public art installation, Convergent Frequencies, opening this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 17-19, from 6PM-12Midnight. The three-day event combines the talents of Matt Haffner, Nat Slaughter, and Matt Gilbert. The Skies Over Atlanta project, which graced a small church [...]
This Saturday, July 31, is the closing day for Dayna Thacker’s exhibition, Pivots of Moment and the Structure of Accumulation, at Barbara Archer Gallery. During her artist talk last month, Dayna Thacker piqued my curiosity when she mentioned that the imagery of her collage titled Implied Agreement by Tenant (Higher Still) was in part inspired [...]