Neighborhood | Community
For the fourth year, "Flux Night" returns to the Castleberry Hill neighborhood with a one-night public art celebration. Filling the streets and empty spaces of the urban Atlanta arts district, "Flux Night" is a free, family-friendly event combining projections, dance, performance, music, sound and light installations. This year, Helena Reckitt serves as the first-ever Flux Night curator, following her recent job as curator for Toronto's 2012 "Nuit Blanche," the event upon which Flux Night was modeled. Reckitt will be responsible for curating six installations within her chosen theme, "Free Association," which is intended to evoke the pleasure of mixing and mingling at street level that has been central to "Flux Night." An additional 14 projects were chosen from an open call for proposals, also based on the "Free Association" theme. Featured artists include Deanna Bowen, Pablo Bronstein, Oswaldo Macia, Heather Phillipson, Eileen Simpson & Ben White (Open Music Archive), Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky, Michi Meko, Micah and Whitney Stansell, and others.