|Monica Cook, still from Deuce, stop motion film|
Whitespace, as an i45 member gallery, and Atlanta Celebrates Photography are pleased to present videos from the Guggenheim’s recent YouTube Play project. The screening will take place October 29, 2011 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM in Grant Park as part of ACP’s Public Art Project, “Volley” a sound-activated, interactive animation by Monica Cook.
YouTube Play is a collaboration between YouTube and the Guggenheim Museum. The inaugural biennial, held in October 2010 at the Guggenheim in New York, showcased the most remarkable online videos from around the world. It included videos from Germany, Australia, Canada, the UK, Brazil, Netherlands, South Africa and the U.S. The Guggenheim curators selected the short list of videos from over 23,300 submissions.
I45 is a collective of Atlanta galleries in Inman Park (i), the Old Fourth Ward (4) and Little Five Points (5) working together to promote this community’s rich, creative identity. Through shared events and common interests, i45 seeks wider visibility for artists and the vibrant arts community.
For more information about i45, recent projects and member galleries, please visit the following links:
Convergent Frequencies http://www.burnaway.org/2010/09/convergent-frequencies-highlights-urban-geography-this-weekend
Skies Over Atlanta http://www.burnaway.org/2010/04/4-secrets-to-be-revealed-this-saturday-and-sunday-at-850-euclid
i45 Blog http://i45art.wordpress.com
For more information about “Volley” by Monica Cook or about ACP, please visit the following links:
Atlanta Celebrates Photography http://www.ACPinfo.org
ACP’s blog “ACP Now!” http://www.acpinfo.org/blog