Hitting the ground running? Why, that’s your specialty. But here’s something that might throw you for a loop: Matt Haffner’s new public art exhibit will literally have you running all over town.
The young photography professor has gone all out for his collaboration with Atlanta Celebrates Photography. Roam the city to find his film noir-inspired wall art, adhered grafitti-style using wheat paste (street maps and addresses for all fourteen spots available on Haffner’s website).
And you? Well, with a little legwork, you’ll see the city through new eyes.
At the end of the month, Atlanta Celebrates Photography will host a closing reception with the artist and curator.
If nothing else, it’s sure to be a sight for sore thighs.
For street locations, go to matthaffner.com. Artist talk and closing reception, Friday, October 27, 7 p.m. at The Robert C. Williams Paper Museum at Georgia Tech, 500 10th Street, Midtown (404-634-8664). For more information, go to acpinfo.com.