grassy space, 15th & Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia

Lauri Stallings begins a long-term experiment with public choreographies as a tool for gathering a crowd, mixing forms, and excruciating vulnerable experience of and for community. Stallings imagines an open grassy hillside on Peachtree St. in Midtown Atlanta as a breathing space for urban anthems side by side classical forms. There are many collaborators for this project, including. filmmaker Adam Larson, and Hip Hop narrator and Dungeon Family founding artist BigRube.

rapt is glo’s debut work, and entirely free and public.

Atlanta-Journal Constitution-Pierre Ruhe- Review- glo debuts at the High Museum

photos courtesy of Woodruff Arts Center.