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Elevator Projects: Fluxswitch

Exhibitions

The local art scene is getting noticeably more exciting! Elevator Projects is an art collective that holds “pop-up” experimental art exhibitions in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It was started by a group of LSU graduate art students who saw a need for more open platforms for art in the community. More about Elevator Projects in this article, and Facebook here. The most recent exhibition is Fluxswitch, in which I installed collaborative paper work in. Keep scrolling down for photos from the opening night.

raina wirta lightbright recycled "water bottle" interactive installation artAn interactive sculpture in the form of an oversized light-bright made of recycled plastic bottles; Raina Wirta and Matthew Bryant. interactive light art sculpture

handmade paper art installation papermaking may babcockChannels, a collaborative handmade paper installation by May Babcock, Sarah Hayman, Jessie Hornbrook and Megan Singleton.handmade paper art installation papermaking "may babcock"You can see more photographs of this installation HERE.

tom la pannDetail photograph of collaborative sculpture by Tom LaPann, Nick Hwang and Meghan Scuderi. More about this sculpture HERE.

Roberta MassuachHandmade paper and clay installation by Roberta Massuch.

neckties printsPrints by Santiago Pineda.

house light sculpture installationAn upside-down house lit from within; Jimmie Nord.


james kimura greenMonolith of paper by James Kimura Green.

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Ceramic installation by Paul Callahan.

paper installationThroughout the space, Rob Bellman installed long hanging sheets of paper from the rafters in order to fill and shape the space and exhibition goers experience.

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