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FLUX NIGHT + 2 Fabulous Art Openings


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Flux Projects presents thier annual Castleberry Hill Arts District takeover. The FREE evening stages projects neighborhood wide in streets and empty spaces. The MUST-SEE event includes building-size projections, dance, performance, music, multimedia, sound & light installations, parades, and more. Starting at 8 pm with a parade celebrating Castleberry's former red-light district, projects continue until midnight, ending with a performance and after party at Elliott Street Pub.

CLick & Download free FLUX NIGHT iPhone App

CLick here for Google map of FLUX NIGHT 2012

CLick here for Parking Marta Info


Projects or Performances Click here for FLUX NIGHT interactive list of projects/Times

Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons: Jazz Funeral for Snake Nation

gloATL: Act of Devotion

Jacob Abramson + Suzette Guy: Digital Graffiti

Aphidoidea: Sound Cloud Forest

Evereman, Catlanta, Kenn Twofour & Ted Murphy: Free Art

Amber Boardman: Prelude Two

The Bridge Club: Loose Snare

Nicole Livieratos: Turn the Page

Stefani Byrd + Wes Eastin: TROLL

Eli Keszler:Parking Generation

David Yu: Small Meteorites

Ben Rollins: This Sacred Life

Dorothy OConnor: Ceiling of Blackbirds

Emily Kempf: A Loving Universe 12am Afterparty


FluxProjects.org

The art organization produces exceptional and surprising temporary public art to galvanize Atlanta's cultural curiosity. Since it's first project in February of 2010, they have commissioned 58 works that have taken place in 18 neighborhoods across Atlanta and involved over 300 artists. These diverse projects have explored the variety of public spaces within the city and engaged people during the course of their daily lives. The highlight of the organization's year is Flux Night, which like all of our projects is free to the public.

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Take a detour at this delicious opening at Granite Room!

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Five nationally known artists based in the south and specialize in photo manipulation, dark imagery & surrealistic portraiture.

Opening reception: FLUX NIGHT Atlanta - Oct 6
Artist's reception: Castleberry Hill Art Stroll- Oct 12

Special Thanks to Trinity Productions!

Featured Artists:

Jeffery Scott (AKA 1019) This creator's photographic images stretch boundaries and redefine standards. His photographic works are powerful juxtapositions of light and darkness.


Dividing Me Photography (Rusty James) This North Carolina based Artist specializes in dark, whimsical emotive imagery. His work is often timeless in its historical placement and ambiguous in its intention.


Thomas Dodd This Atlanta-based photographer/ digital artist blurs the line between photography and classical art. He has pioneered and popularized a method he calls "Painting with Photography". His work displayed in galleries around the world.


John Santerineross This (Athens) artist refiuses to classify or categorize himself; he prefers to let the viewer decide and define his work. He has been called “the world’s leading Neo-symbolist photographer” by Germany’s leading photography magazine, PROFIFOTO.


The DornBrothers (Atlanta) This brother team's conceptual and imaginative work titers towards the lighter side of imagery. Always dramatic, their portraits often seem like they were cut from a old Hollywood movie or a Far Side Cartoon.

art show teaser from john santerineross on Vimeo.

 

Another Castlberry Hill Gallery to Pass thru that night!

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Coulrophobia, the fear of clowns, is a metaphor for the juxtaposition or being inauthentic on the outside, while insisting upon transparency from oneself and others. What lies underneath? What are we really afraid of? The pieces in this special collection symbolize “the disguises I had to wear to conform into being someone I really am not,” claims CP.Coulrophobia is the fear beneath the feigned comfort in the social faces we wear.


CP is a native of Perth Amboy, NJ who has lived in Metro Atlanta since 2006. He has exhibited work at the Mason Murer Fine Art and Stuart McClean galleries, while remaining self-employed as a graphic designer and photographer.


7-11pm. 291 Peters St. Atlanta, Ga 30313


For more information please contact Charlton “CP” Palmer:

(732)[masked], [masked] . www.cptheartist.com

 

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  • BombSheDevil

    Thanks so much to all who came out to this annual feast for the senses.. Flux really throws a pARTy. I posted my cell[masked] on the invite rspv comment section. I ran into some of you. I kept my eye out for the rest. If you ever have trouble locating me at large event, call my cell. Email takes a while to reach me in a huge crowd.

    October 8, 2012

  • BombSheDevil

    FLUX fueled all the senses with contrasting projects throughout the entire neighborhood. Exploring the Shadows five artist drew out the Granite Room's true beauty with diversely edgey submissions. "CP" Palmers Coulrophobia wove twisted tales around the masks we don for society.

    October 8, 2012

  • BombSheDevil

    Special $5 parking rate for Flux Night will be available in the Brown Lot of the Georgia World Congress Center. To reserve and pay for your parking in advance, click: https://aaaparking.t2hosted.com/pnw/index.aspx. Parking also available in this lot without reservation on the night of event. If the Brown Lot fills, parking will be extended to the Orange Lot across the street. From here, it is a short walk to the entrance of the event. Free shuttle service with the ATL-Cruzers will also provided. GWCC Brown Lot: google map
    Located just north of the Castleberry Hill. Entrance at Magnum St and Georgia Dome Dr

    October 5, 2012

  • BombSheDevil

    FLUX Projects recommends taking MARTA to the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station, on the east/west line. MARTA Map
    From this station it is an easy, straight walk south to the entrance of Castleberry and the event. Entrance to Flux Night and the first information booth is 4/10 mile from the station. There will also be a free shuttle bus from the Orange Lot at GWCC. From MARTA take the Georgia Dome exit. Follow the signs to the Georgia Dome. When at the Dome, take a left and follow the sidewalk to the Orange Parking Lot.

    October 5, 2012

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