Art + Experimentation

FLUX is a recurrent series of temporary public art celebrations presented by Flux Projects in the streets, parks, and empty spaces of Atlanta. Events feature a diverse array of projects, including large and small-scale projections, performance, dance, music, sound and light installations, multi-media projects, and other audience interactions.

FLUX: Ponce City Market

Thursday, September 26th – Sunday, September 29th, 2019

FLUX: Ponce City Market presents a series of projects that investigate the location as an energetic center, and the building as a vessel through which visitors can commune with its rich and complex past as well as its immediate present. The work approaches Ponce City Market as a playground of acoustic space, a series of passages and chambers with unique sonic properties and opportunities. FLUX ‘turns up the volume’ of the building: manifesting the sonic qualities of Ponce City Marketing in engaging, unexpected ways, and bringing awareness to how the building exists around us and reacts to our presence.

FLUX: Grant Park

Thursday, September 27th – Sunday, September 30th, 2018

As Grant Park celebrates 135 years, Flux Projects presents a collection of works by Atlanta artists that give voice to this historic greenspace. Four Atlanta artists are leading projects: Rachel K. Garceau, Rebecca M.K. Makus, Iman Person, and Lauri Stallings. Their works examine the health, history, and ecosystem of the park, while encouraging the public to explore its nooks and crannies, and revel in its sublime beauty. Projects are intended to enhance visitors’ experience of the park, which provides a source of inspiration and collaboration.

FLUX NIGHT archive coming soon.

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