This past Friday evening, Muriel and I headed to Midtown for gloATL’s sunset performance of gestures that soon will disappear, in collaboration with the Paper-Cut-Project.
The performance took place in a large field at Midtown’s Promenade, where dancers interacted with the sizable crowd of onlookers and photographers while engaging in synchronized movements that included rolling down a hillside repeatedly in slow motion while wearing strapless ball gowns. The event was one of six planned pop-up performances in and around Atlanta, which are all free and open to the public. Here’s the explanation from gloATL:
Check out where the next gloATL performance will be and more on the project here. Photos by Muriel Vega