Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Bloom stops shoppers in their tracks

Posted By on Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 3:13 PM


UPDATE: Check out CL's photo gallery from the event!

Miss Bloom last weekend at Lenox Mall? Too bad. Lucky for you, Cynthia Bond Perry of ArtsCriticATL.com has a great review of Flux Projects' inaugural work, which cut to the chase and brought the art to the people, rather than the other way around:

In the new site-specific work, internationally noted choreographer Stallings, based in Atlanta, collaborated with Sonic Generator’s Tom Sherwood and Brad Ritchie, accordion player Don Discenza and poet Big Rube of the OutKast/Dungeon family. The imaginatively rich, emotionally compelling “Bloom” bravely thrust Flux Projects toward its primary aims — to bring diverse, high-quality artworks to Atlanta’s public spaces, to attract new audiences to the arts and ultimately to increase public demand for innovative, thought-provoking art.

(Photos by Lynne Cymone)

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