Tuesday, June 10, 2008

now that your thighs are probably sticking to the seat of your car by the end of your commute, and there is no point in even drying off after you get out of the shower becuase you start sweating again, i figured you migth want a refreshing image to forget about the heat for a minute.

Saturday, June 7, 2008


I know that I have had more than a difficult time trying to compile all of the loose schedules being circulated through emails and the like. For sake of your ease, I wanted to post the schedule for A (new) Genre Landscape.


6.8 Ruth Stanford- Grant Park 2-3.30 pm

6.10 Last Stand Collaborative- Grant Park 6-7.30 pm

6.11 Avantika Bawa- East Lake Park 6-7.30 pm

6.12 Angus Galloway- Lake Claire Park 6-7.30 pm

6.13 Tristan Al-Haddad- Brownwood Park 8-9.30 pm

6.14 Public Art Safari Bike Tour- Grant Park 9.30-1 pm
Michael Reese- Grant Park 2-3.30 pm
Matt Haffner- Coan Park 4-5.30 pm
Danielle Roney- Adair Park II 8.30 - 9.30 pm

6.16 Steve Jarvis and Susan Kraus- Pekerson Park 6-7.30 pm

6.20 Sheila Pree Bright- Mozley Park 6-7.30 pm

6.21 Van Tour - All Parks 10-1 pm
Michael Reese- Grant Park 2-3.30 pm
Joe Peragine, Pam Longobardi, and Craig Dongoski- Sunken Garden Park 8-930 pm

6.23 Nat Slaughter- East Lake Park 6-7.30 pm


7.14 Van Tour - All Parks - 10-1 pm

7.19 Public Art Safari Bike Tour - 9-1 pm
Michael Reese- Grant Park 2-3.30 pm

7.26 Danielle Roney - Adair Park II 8.30-9.30 pm

8.16 Van Tour- 8.30-9.30 pm

I think this is one of the most important things that has happened in Atlanta in quite sometime. In the same way that Shed Space was able to evoke energy becuase of all of the parties it drew in, this project will be able to function very similarly. I hope that everyone can make it out to a few of these lectures. I will be trying to attend as many as possible.

Collecting is a neurosis

Got to show off a little bit... here are a couple of shots from Laura Noel's photo shoot with the bf for her Smokers series.