FLUX NIGHT 2012
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Castleberry Hill Arts District, Atlanta
8 pm to midnight
This project is a full sensory video installation letting viewers witness random narratives of passing motorists. The work is projected on the inside windows of a row of vehicles in the middle of a road. Each car contains its own narrative and is completely unaware of the other vehicles on the road. The climax of the installation is a virtual car crash where each narrative is suddenly catapulted into each other’s existence and awareness.
Viewers are invited to walk around the vehicles and absorb the narratives. Inspired by Brechtian theatre, the audience will be very aware of their spectatorship. The main focus of this installation is the idea of a routine everyday insular outlook of contemporary life that suddenly becomes significant, important, and revitalized through an act of randomness (colliding into one another). Small Meteorites is an interactive installation, a movie/ play, a spectacle of the everyday.
Artist Assistant/Assistant Director:
Production: 3Pint Production:
John de Guzman
Support - Candy Pryce
Support- Larry Harris