Friday night at 7pm marked the start of LE FLASH in Castleberry Hill. Although some light precipitation moved into the city, attendance was considerably high. During my time attending LE FLASH, I grabbed some photos of people interacting with the installation of THE WALL from both inside and street-side of Art House Gallery. The external experience of THE WALL is the ultimate use of the concept, as it is from the vantage point of the sidewalk that it becomes a public community billboard. THE WALL had its night of glory, and from the looks of the image archive, got quite a bit of use. It’s great to see this idea come to life!
Some other interesting installations and street performances can be seen after the jump. Thanks again to Steve and Shane at Art House Co-op for being hosts to THE WALL for the night. If anyone would like to be hosts of your own version of THE WALL, let us know!
The official informational brochure.
The map of all the night’s events and installations.
One of the four Special Features!
Passerbys observe THE WALL
Some other installations around the area.
Our friend Kevin Byrd’s pieces were spotted at the Mary Stanley gallery.