A SITE-SPECIFIC ARTWORK BY SCOTT HOCKING
Opened August 21, 2017 @ Hambidge Center for Arts and Sciences - Rabun, GA
MASSA CONFUSA is a site-specific installation created at the Hambidge Creative Arts Center over the course of 5 weeks between June and August 2017.
Art-viewing hikes are by appointment, Mon - Sat, 10am-3pm. Call the office at 706-746-7324 to make an appointment, then check in at the gallery office upon arrival to get a map and any other instructions. There are directional signs on the trail, and the hikes are self-guided. Visitors need to stop by the office as they leave (before 4pm).
Samuel Hape Plaza, Hapeville, GA, 30354
A one-night gallery crawl curated by the talented artists of Brutal Studio, presented by Dash. Visual art, dance party, art installations and more!
Featured... DJ LXXX YOU, DJ Valentina Tapia, The Hapeville Story Project by Emma Yarborough & Caitlyn Reeves, Performance by Vanessa Yvonne, Playground by Sara Santamaria, Installation by Candice Greathouse + more.
PRESENTED BY DASHBOARD, IN PARTNERSHIP
WITH BEN WOLF, NIKITA GALE, BNIM ARCHITECTS
+ ADAM JONES CONSTRUCTION
West Bottoms Neighborhood- Kansas City, Missouri
1427 W 9th St, Kansas City, MO
Opened on June 7, 2017
A two-part project composed of a large-scale public sculpture & public park / gateway / pedestrian thoroughfare into Kansas City, Missouri's West Bottoms neighborhood.
@ 34°09'55.0"N 116°12'54.1"W
A cross-country public disruption by Michael Oliveri.
From June 8 - June 16, 2017, Dashboard and Protect Awesome traveled from Atlanta, GA to Joshua Tree, CA with several Michael Oliveri UFO sculptures in tow. The crew made stops at several extra-terrestrial roadside attractions along the way, dropping small UFO sculptures at each location as they departed.
The UFO Roadshow arrived at its final destination, Joshua Tree, CA on June 16. Michael Oliveri's large-scale UFO sculpture was then installed at its final destination - High Desert Test Sites at Sunfair Dry Lake Bed. UFO is on view now.
Recycled pedicabs turned animal riders. No brakes.
A mini-herd of animal-inspired bicycles exploring and bringing awareness to transportation challenges faced by students. Designed and produced by Dave Eggers and Juan Martinez.
Will be on view on Georgia Tech's Campus Oct. 27-11
& Atlanta Contemporary Art Center November 12-19th.
We are an experimental curatorial agency that produces circumstances to encourage risk-taking and immersive practice. Our goal is to use artistic disruptions to challenge the status quo and inspire critical thinking. We mediate a nationwide network of like-minded artists, builders, designers, and developers to produce unique projects that engage a broad public.