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Co. H Screens for ‘Attention’ at Track One

June 9, 2014

In an effort to combat culturally induced impatience and shortened attention spans, student art collective Co. H presents ATTENTION, a juried, hour-long screening of video art, on Friday, June 20, at the Track One Building. The event, which is free and open to the public, includes a reception at 8 p.m. before the screening at 9 p.m.

Time-based art (in other words, work that is to be experienced in duration) suffers as a result of these “culture of now” factors; as such, the work here is presented in succession, as a screening, rather than installed in space to be addressed in passing. ATTENTION features 15 videos from both students and professors working in Nashville and Chattanooga, as well as from artists based in Pennsylvania and New York.

Participating artists:

  • Co H June 20 2014 AttentionBenjamin Anderson
  • Sharyn Bachleda
  • Keren Beddoe
  • Kellie Bornhoft
  • Bradley Braunschweig
  • Ann Catherine Carter & Tyler Blankenship
  • Elisha Farahmand
  • Holden Head
  • Morgan Higby-Flowers
  • Ron Lambert
  • Casey Payne
  • Angel Renta
  • William Stewart
  • Hannah Taylor
  • Chelsea Velaga

The Track One Building is located at 1211 4th Avenue South (4th and Chestnut), Nashville/37210, in the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood.

Launched at Watkins College of Art, Design & Film in 20111, Co. H is a collective of artists from various disciplines of the visual arts providing opportunities for both students and professionals pursuing and/or working in the arts. For more information, visit companyh.tumblr.com