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Tag Archives: Robb Fladry
June 3, 2010 – 9:11 am
The APSU Downtown Gallery presents “Hookers & Autobots” by Robb Fladry (’06) from June 3 – 26 with an opening reception from 5 pm until 8 pm on June 3.
“In the simplest terms, I consider myself as a remixer of popular culture,” he said. “I take existing contexts and references and filter them through my self and my equipment. I’m not always looking to evoke a particular response or to ask the audience to take my side in any issue. I would prefer them to do what I do; to reevaluate how I see something I am familiar with.”
Fladry’s work has been exhibited at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the BEA Festival for Media Arts in Las Vegas and the Digital Fringe Festival in Melbourne, Australia. He earned a BFA in studio art and an M.A. in theatre from Austin Peay State University, and he is currently a graduate assistant at the University of South Florida, where he is pursing an MFA in studio art.
Last year, the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts leased a building in downtown Clarksville to provide gallery space for APSU alumni, such as Fladry. The gallery, located at 116 Strawberry Alley in downtown Clarksville, is open from noon to 4 p.m., Tuesdays through Saturdays. For more information on this space or the exhibit, contact Gregg Schlanger at 931-221-7789 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 29, 2009 – 10:56 am
Professors Black and Jones and alumn Robb Fladry presented “Collaborative Studio Practices, or How We Learned to Have Fun in the Studio” at the Southeastern College Art Conference’s annual meeting in Mobile, AL.
May 19, 2008 – 9:39 pm
April 25, 2008 – 3:27 am
Professors Robb Fladry and Barry Jones [ fladry + jones ] have been selected to be part of the 9th edition of FILE – Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paulo, in the Media Art category.
The exhibition will take place at SESI’ Cultural Centre in Sao Paulo from August 4th to 31st, 2008.
View their selected work at: http://www.thewarisover2007.com/
March 16, 2008 – 5:26 am
Recently, Professors Black, Fladry, and Jones ( [ fladry + jones ] and dj black noise ) performed “Metropolis Remix: Live” at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD as part of an exhibition titled ” sight.sound (interaction) 2.0″. The exhibition received a very nice mention on Rhizome.org (the new media arm of the New Museum of Contemporary Art in NYC).rhizome.orgView excerpts from the performance here:http://www.sightsoundmica.org/
February 27, 2008 – 11:30 am
Professors Kell Black, Robb Fladry, and Barry Jones will perform “Metropolis Remix Live” Friday Feb. 29 in the Main Gallery at Western Kentucky University. An installation version of the performance will be up in the gallery until March 28.Black, Fladry and Jones immediately hit the road after WKU to perform at several other institutions. Below is the “tour” schedule.Monday March 3 – Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MDWednesday March 5 – Emory & Henry College, Emory, VA (2 performances)Friday March 7 – Elon University, Elon, NC (exhibition after the performance)
October 15, 2007 – 5:59 am
In a live audio / visual performance piece, Robb Fladry, Barry Jones and Kell Black - all professors and instructors at Austin Peay State University – have taken Lang’s two hour masterpiece, Metropolis, and have rescored and respliced it into a lively, insightful and entertaining 30 minutes with beautiful visuals and rocking beats. The piece, Metropolis Remix Live, will premiere wednesday night in Clarksville and will travel to many other locations in the spring.
March 2, 2006 – 2:44 am