RÖNNOG SEABERG and husband Steve have been role models in the Atlanta art world. Their performances as Seaberg Acrobatic Poetry (often done in collaboration with Mark Wolfe; pictured) unfolded with the trio dressed in Crayola-hued leotards or naked and performing in venues ranging from a Wal-Mart to a cemetery. Swedish-born septuagenarian Rönnog recited her poetry while she and her collaborators contorted into complementary poses. The performances began on an impulse during the 1996 Olympics in response to the spirit of exclusivity and competition that they felt the games represented. The long-married couple's unceasing inventiveness and energy serve as reminders of the magical, transformative and subversive beauty of art even well into old age. Witty and brave, Rönnog proved one can live an entire life embracing the artist's way. Rönnog died Oct. 17 at the age of 75 after battling breast cancer. Eyedrum hosts a memorial Fri., NOV. 9, featuring films and videos of her inspired performances. Free; donations accepted. 8 p.m. 290 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive., Suite 6. 404-522-0655. www.eyedrum.org.