Whiteout is an interactive installation that encourages users to engage with the view offered on the Atlanta BeltLine. The viewing portal draws the nebulous two-dimensional pieces into a silhouette of the city skyline. The pieces therefore function as intentional two-dimensional images when viewed at certain vantage points, as well as an abstract sculpture garden.
Cotter Christian will be graduation from Georgia State University’s MFA Studio Art program in May with a concentration in interior design. He possesses broad and varied interests within the field of art and design. He has taught interior design at SCAD’s Atlanta campus for 4.5 years. Prior to that, he worked as an interior designer for the architecture firm Perkins+Will. Cotter studied scenic art and set design at the Yale University School of Drama and Marymount Manhattan College, respectively. He worked as a set designer, assistant set designer, and scenic artist on shows in the New York Fringe Festival and the SoHo Repertory Theater, among others. Meta Gary is a recent graduate of Georgia State University’s MFA Studio Art program with a concentration in graphic design as well as a current Art History MA candidate. With a background in fine arts and painting, she has been working as an artist in Atlanta since 2005, and is represented by Emily Amy Gallery. Her recent work focuses on mapping, spatial perception, and information graphic exploration.