Trevor Reese upends viewer expectations by casting the interior of a garden shed and printing a towering text drawn from an array of sources.
Originally from St. Louis, Katherine Miller is an MFA candidate Printmaking + Book Arts at the University of Georgia. She references the handwritten letter to explore themes of slowness, distance, embodiment, and emotional intimacy.
Amelia Carley re-creates the experience of a tropical island sunset in an installation involving three tons of sand and a series of hot-hued paintings.
Our writer recounts her dogged journey to experience the Light and Space artist’s installation of a “semi-anechoic” chamber.
Our writer visited with Gabriel Dawe as he was installing one of his signature thread pieces at MOCA Jacksonville.
Previously known for her photography, Sarah Hobbs boldly marks a recent milestone for more adventurous artwork in Atlanta.
Caves and crystals are in vogue; Lee Bul, Roger Hiorns, and even Atlanta’s Plastic Aztecs number among countless other artists—working in both high- and low-brow styles—that have joined the bandwagon. Why, in such a high-technology age, are we now so attracted to the mysterious mythology of unplugged darkness and geometric magic? The Plastic Aztecs are…