DMAC, East Village, NYC
 April 2019

Atlanta Contemporary
Octane Westside
since October 2015

A man-made grassy hillside that grows over time for continuous choreographic situations, civic actions, and contemplation, and as an artists' SEARCH ENGINE in to the body's motion as the most humane expression of art. For its first iteration, the green installation grew for 7 months in an in-between space at Atlanta Contemporary, sustained for huge periods of time by choreography for seven female moving artists, recorded nature sounds, and community, establishing SEARCH ENGINE as a garden for collaboration, sensory journey and autonomous dreaming. In parallel to the installation were a series of civic actions, including Little Feasties bag lunch,people Movement SHOPS, and Lady Fest short film fest.


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photos: Thom Baker, Alan Kimara Dixon