september, 2018

27sep(sep 27)4:00 pm30(sep 30)4:00 pmFlux: Grant ParkLand Trees and Women

Event Details

As Park celebrates 135 years, Flux Projects in collaboration with other artists will present a collection of public art projects that give voice to this historic greenspace. Four Atlanta artists have been selected to lead projects: Rachel K. Garceau, Rebecca M. K. Makus, Iman Person, and Lauri Stallings.

gloATL artists will be presenting their most recent work choreographed by Lauri Stallings as an installation entitled Land Trees and Women which investigates the process and mapping of women as ritual. This live durational piece is an intensive survey of unearthing movement with the fierce urgency of now, that guides us, helping us to silence the mind and free our bodies. glo continues our practice in exploring vibration while challenging conventional art- spectator relationships. Land Trees and Women centers around building frequency and creating space through social performance. This is glo’s first installation dedicated to modular sculptures. The work also includes huge migrations for glo female moving artists, a handbook of future stuff, and movement shops for people.


27 (Thursday) 4:00 pm - 30 (Sunday) 4:00 pm


Grant Park

In the park at the intersection of Cherokee and Sydney St. - follow the dancing people!