Nov 7, 2015
Auburn & Edgewood between Jackson & Howell (connected by Boulevard)
Where art, technology and (a little bit of) magic will intersect to transform the historic Old Fourth Ward into Atlanta’s largest outdoor public art gallery.
A one-night celebration of fantasy and fact, past and future, questions, answers, reason and the imagination.
This year’s event is curated by Nato Thompson, chief curator for Creative Time in NY and one of the world’s leading curators of public art. “Flux Night 2015 is a site-specific art exhibition that takes as its source of inspiration, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream,” says Thompson, “For dreams, those visions when we sleep, the realm of desires, of hopes, of fears and new futures, are also the material of artists.” Read Thompson’s curatorial statement.
Thompson has selected a diverse and accomplished group of local, national and international artists (listed below) to dream their own dreams and create the collection of temporary public art projects that will become Flux Night 2015: Dream.
Time: 7 pm-12 am
***postponed from original date of Oct 3, 2015