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Son&Sons Digital Reel and Retreat documentation.
From Artpapers Magazine article – In 1979, ART PAPERS published a short article on plans for integrating artwork into the planning stages of a number of then soon-to-be-built MARTA train stations around Atlanta. The article announced the architects who had been selected for the design of each station and, in most cases, the artist(s) whose work would be commissioned as part of the process. These pairings were in some cases realized; in others, the buildings were completed, then artworks were introduced. The results of both processes are documented in the following photo essay, which turns a lens toward MARTA’s sometimes unusual, often unseen public art commissions.
Emory Project – The Philadelphia Gene is a suspended stainless steel and light sculpture that depicts the genetic sequencing codes for the ABL and BCR genes. When these genes mutate, they form a particular type of Leukemia for which Emory doctors are praised for curing.
Coffee Table – March, 2017
Cumberland – Trail Opening