Presenting visual and performance art in unexpected public spaces.


Black Hands

Hand forms exploding from the ground grasping at the unattainable. A shadow of something not there; life from the soil. These hands are tributes to the working hands of exploited peoples. Large black hands spanning eight feet in height will be set up throughout Magnolia Avenue. The hands will be wheat pasted or made free-standing depending upon their placement.


Thursday, September 17 from 6-9pm; Friday and Saturday September 18-19 from 11am-9pm and Sunday, September 20 from 11am-4pm


Magnolia Avenue between Wall Street and East Washington Street near the AT&T building, at East Central Boulevard Street near The HIstory Center, and Pine Street at The Gallery at Avalon Island