Virtual space is public space! In response to the COVID-19 restrictions that are shifting how we consider communal physical space, Flux Projects launches its Virtual Arts Series. This series features works by Atlanta artists from a variety of disciplines created especially for the virtual realm.
Flux Projects was created during the recession sparked in part by our founder Louis Corrigan’s desire to support artists during difficult financial times. For the past 10 years Flux Projects has produced temporary public art projects to connect and grow artists and audiences in Atlanta through the creative power of place. We have gathered together in public spaces from parks to parking lots, shopping malls and grand lobbies to empty lots. At the moment our shared public space is the virtual realm. While the realm has shifted, art is no less able to nurture our souls and lift our spirits.
This project was supported by a Power2Give matching campaign through the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA). Flux Projects is grateful to OCA for its support and to the following individuals who contributed to the campaign.
Donors: Amel Alyamani / Jennifer Brooks / Allie Bashuk / John Brandhorst / Mark Curran / Katie DeGiovanna / Anne & Lephiew Dennington / Bitsy & Hull Davis / Lisa Humphreys / Andrew Levine / Opal Moore / Liz Martin-Malikian / David McQueen / Pamola Powell / Rob Smulian / Rachel Shuey / Deborah & Tommy Steen / Ellie Terry