Day & Night Projects is pleased to present light as a feather: a 72-hour installation by artist Candice Greathouse. Sealed in the gallery, an installation of wind and feathers will be viewable only through our wall of windows.
light as a feather is a nostalgic exploration of a playful childhood game—interpreted literally and in all seriousness. This is the newest work in a series of performative and experiential installations exploring desire, fantasy, and reality. Through her interdisciplinary practice, Greathouse creates atmospheric environments anchored in personal and collective experience. Exploiting the memories and emotions of fleeting pinnacle events—parties, celebrations, holidays—she reinterprets and manifests the “magic of the moment” outside of its original context.
This will be the last solo exhibition of Candice Greathouse’s work in Atlanta before she moves to Los Angeles, where she has recently accepted an Assistant Professor of Photography position at California State University, Northridge.
light as a feather will be on view at Day & Night Projects for ONLY 72 HOURS: from Thursday, May 17th at 7pm through 7pm on Sunday, May 20th. Walk-in gallery hours are 12–5pm daily—or call to set up an appointment: 404-623-7289.
The opening reception coincides with Day & Night Projects’ first-ever fundraiser, and will feature a karaoke battle after 9pm.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Candice Greathouse (b.1984) is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and educator currently based in Atlanta, Georgia. She received an MFA in photography in 2012 and an MA degree in art history in 2014, both from the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design at Georgia State University. Her photography, video, and installation work has been shown throughout the Southeast, including at Eyedrum, Whitespace, and Hathaway Contemporary Gallery in Atlanta GA, and at AQUA Art Miami in South Beach FL.
Greathouse also has a collaborative practice, including site-specific installations at the High Museum of Art and the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center and commissions for public art projects by Hotel Indigo and Comcast Xfinity. Her editorial work and writing have been featured in several regional print and online publications, such as Number: Inc Arts Journal and fLoromancy. Greathouse has curated exhibitions at Gallery 72—City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs—and the Hambidge Center, the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia, and Athens Institute of Contemporary Art, among others. At Georgia State, Greathouse is a visiting lecturer, teaching courses in photography, foundations, and art history. More information can be found at candicegreathouse.com.