Movement Love, work by Maggie Benoit and collaborating artists.
Atlanta Contemporary presents Movement Love: a yoga series that introduces movement programming alongside collaborating audio and visual artists. Installations and interactive media define curated classes that blend movement with live projection, music, film, therapeutic resources and conversation for community building.
Admission is $10
All money received will go to the instructors and artists. Visitors can purchase tickets on the day of the event at the welcome desk.
February 11th featured artist:
Iman Person is an interdisciplinary artist working in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work engages with the dichotomies of identity and magical consciousness carried out through the ethereal lens of nature. Person embeds qualities of the feminine, memory and ritual through drawing, installation, and performance in order to mend the rational and mystical bodies. By inciting exploration of these forgotten spaces, and by creating new narratives around the potentials of the physical form, Person believes a resurrection of the contemporary divine-body can be made and in turn positively affect our new synthetic landscape and concepts of nature.
In 2010 she received her B.F.A from Georgia State University and has become a fixture both in exhibition spheres and public art arenas. In 2012, she was included in Barbara Archer Gallery’s, “Talent Loves Company”, and named one of the 30 most influential artists in Atlanta. She is a member of the Atlanta based collective, Dashboard Co-Op, is a 2011 Hambidge fellow and is 2013-2014 Walthall fellow.
Atlanta Contempoary will provide free coffee from our sponsor Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters- Atlanta. We recommend bringing a mat, water bottle and anything additional that will make you feel comfortable during your practice. There will be a few additional mats available for those that do not have one. Movement Love is an inclusive class, accessible to those practicing at many different levels.
MOVEMENT LOVE SERIES II, Sundays 10:30a:
February 11 | Iman Person
April 8 | Okorie Johnson
June 10 | Danielle Deadwyler