video art sound installation

“Terminus” visualized Atlanta’s transportation past, present and future and New York City subway tunnels. It was a multi-media installation created from light, ribbon, string and video. Projection created by Pablo Gnecco and sound design by Adam Babar. The audience was able to enter “Terminus” and traverse the artwork as if walking through a subway tunnel. This project considers what the city of Atlanta could become if their transportation issues were resolved.

— at The Goat Farm Arts Center.

On view through March 13, Andrea Fraser’s Down the River is a site-specific installation using the Museum’s dramatic fifth floor as a single open gallery, unobstructed by interior walls. The work presents audio recorded at a correctional facility to bridge the social, cultural, and geographic divide separating museums from correctional facilities.