XYZ Atlas will display on the cafe walls starting on May 15, you won’t want to miss this moving exhibit.
Where have you laughed the hardest? Where was your faith in humanity restored? Where did you feel the intensity of your own cruelty?
These questions and their answers serve as the motivation behind XYZ Atlas, a multi-year project mapping shared experiences through art. Created by visual artist and activist Jennifer Chenoweth, XYZ Atlas is an interactive and collaborative public art initiative that reveals and visualizes how we are connected – both to one another and to our surroundings. Taking its title from cartography, “XYZ” relates to geographical coordinates while “Atlas” characterizes the project’s map-based components. Established in 2013, the project has presented numerous pop-up art exhibitions, sitespecific installations and performance works. Chenoweth’s pieces have appeared in publications like Gotham, Austin Way, The Austin Chronicle, and Tribeza, among many others. In…
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