Living Walls 2013 and the Evolution of AR

As many of you know, I’ve been working at Public Broadcasting Atlanta for the last couple of years, which (among other life things) has reduced or eliminated the time I get to spend on AR. But now (!!) I’ve got us starting a new video project at to talk about arts and culture in Atlanta (familiar, yes?). We’ve applied for a grant to continue this series, and I sure hope we get it. I’d love to keep this up and make some progress. Here’s the first of many to come, and I’ll keep you all posted. Continue reading Living Walls 2013 and the Evolution of AR

#FLUXNight, Storified

#atlanta #fluxnight Small Meteorites w/ David Yu Elly Green Sat, Oct 06 2012 18:24:30 ReplyRetweetFavorite I was a victim of social trolling. #fluxnight Joshua Bean Sat, Oct 06 2012 18:32:57 ReplyRetweetFavorite Can’t take my eyes off of @gloATL ‘s Act of Devotion #fluxnight #fluxprojects Haddon GK Sat, Oct 06 2012 18:21:09 ReplyRetweetFavorite Ben Rollins’ “This Sacred Life” at #fluxnight Jason Parker Sat, Oct 06 2012 18:44:48 ReplyRetweetFavorite #fluxnight Muriel Vega Sat, Oct 06 2012 18:35:25 ReplyRetweetFavorite Ceiling of Blackbirds #fluxnight #Atlanta Meredith Placko Sat, Oct 06 2012 18:26:37 ReplyRetweetFavorite #FluxStyle @CNNiReport #Fluxnight scavenger hunt … Continue reading #FLUXNight, Storified

Matt Haffner at KSU

The Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University presents “Walking Through the Lonesome City,” a site-specific installation by Matt Haffner, in the lobby of the School of Art & Design. Occupying the foyer of the Visual Arts Building, video portraits of working-class individuals will be projected over vinyl and aluminum cutouts that detail aspects of an urban environment. This visual narrative will be visible to anyone walking in or near the building, collapsing the distinction between inside and outside, art and architecture, and gallery and public space. This project is supported by an NEA Art Works grant and organized … Continue reading Matt Haffner at KSU

gloATL at LeWitt’s 54 Columns

In the final installment of  “Liquid Culture: a utopia station series”, gloATL Dancemaker Lauri Stallings and a cast of four Atlanta Opera soloists and 14 dancers re-imagine the transporting powers of opera and dance at artist Sol LeWitt’s “54 Columns“. Contemporary dance, sculpture, being together, and a repertoire of a dozen arias and duets from La Boheme’, Norma, Don Giovanni and Dido & Aeneas. Free to the public. The performance takes place at the corner of North Highland and Glen Iris. Continue reading gloATL at LeWitt’s 54 Columns