This is a repeating eventseptember 12, 2020 6:00 pm
let loose and loved a new Land Art piece & Live Art activation September 10 and 12, 6 pm- 10 pm* 17th & Peachtree
let loose and loved
a new Land Art piece & Live Art activation
September 10 and 12, 6 pm- 10 pm*
17th & Peachtree St. NW
Free and public
Coinciding with this strange, painful period, glo’s band of women—our creator, moving artists, and Writing + Praxis lead curator—offer a different perspective for our return to our practice. When we do space, we do time. When we do glo, we enact space. When we glo, we do form. When we do form, we also bring context—all these things are inseparable, and bring us closer to our essential relationship and spiritual yearnings for Planet Earth as the home of human kind. lost loose and loved is a land art work utilizing native Southern wildflowers that represent diversity, green justice, and hope, in a vacant sloping property in Midtown. This site-specific micro-prairie is an invitation to join with community and feed our consciousness through the art of choreographing and enacting social duties related to place, the body, and environment. glo has been commissioned by Dewberry Group and its charitable arm, Dewberry Foundation, to map their 2.5 acre site with wildflowers to rise up. On September 10 and 12, six of Georgia’s moving artists and sound artists will serenade its flowers and human listeners with a wild score of textures and sensations.
*The most current social distancing guidelines will be in place, with masks strongly encouraged and available for free on site.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm