Sunday, April 28, 2013

Adron's 'Pyramids' finds beauty in the mundane

Posted By on Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 12:54 PM

Back in September 2012, Adron put out a call for anyone interested in donating junk items or cash funds to aid in the construction of a 10'x16' pyramid along the Atlanta Beltine. It was to be the centerpiece of a Barry Alexander Brown-directed video for the song "Pyramids" from her latest album, Organismo.

The structure itself was dismantled back in January as it wasn't holding up against the elements. But now, nearly eight months after it all began, the monument has been immortalized in film. Bear witness as Adron makes a trek through Cabbagetown with her little red wagon, en route to the temple that is the physical manifestation of her plaintive and pastoral songwriting.

To put it in the simplest of terms, the "Pyramids" video is all about finding beauty in the mundane clutter of daily life, and piece by piece, turning it into something magnificent.

Adron plays Eddie's Attic on Wed., May 29. $8. 8 p.m. 515-B North McDonough St. 404-377-4976.

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