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FLUX NIGHT returns to the Castleberry Hill Arts District on Saturday, October 6. The evening will feature a diverse array of projects that include multimedia, sound, and light installations, projections, dance, performance, music, and other audience interactions. This annual event is an exciting glimpse into the range of temporary public art projects that are possible in our city. FLUX NIGHT kicks off at 8:00 pm with a parade celebrating Castleberry’s former red-light district, and projects continue until midnight. The evening ends with a performance and after party at Elliott Street Pub. 

gloATL, Act of Devotion.


Choreographer Lauri Stallings and composer Daniel Clay collaborate on a participatory installation that transports the public to the surface of “something else,” to explore how community is formed through ritual acts of devotion. This toilsome, twenty-three minute, non-migratory work will recur every thirty minutes throughout the night.  During each 7-minute break, an individual from the public is chosen to inhabit the space until the next performance.

FLUX NIGHT returns to the Castleberry Hill Arts District on Saturday, October 6. The evening will feature a diverse array of projects that include multimedia, sound, and light installations, projections, dance, performance, music, and other audience interactions. This annual event is an exciting glimpse into the range of temporary public art projects that are possible in our city. FLUX NIGHT kicks off at 8:00 pm with a parade celebrating Castleberry’s former red-light district, and projects continue until midnight. The evening ends with a performance and after party at Elliott Street Pub. 

gloATL, Act of Devotion.
Choreographer Lauri Stallings and composer Daniel Clay collaborate on a participatory installation that transports the public to the surface of “something else,” to explore how community is formed through ritual acts of devotion. This toilsome, twenty-three minute, non-migratory work will recur every thirty minutes throughout the night.  During each 7-minute break, an individual from the public is chosen to inhabit the space until the next performance.
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