Contemporary Talks presents a conversation series with our artists in the Studio Artist Program.
To kick off this exciting new program, we are inviting Jane Garver Foley--whose work is featured on the Studio Artist Program wall through July 30--to present about her current body of work and her experience with artist residencies.
Our Studio Artist Program supports local working artists by providing subsidized studio space and by fostering a collaborative environment supportive of the creative process. The Studio Artist Wall is generously supported by Georgia State University, The Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design.
Jane Garver Foley (1985, New Orleans) is a sculptor, performer, and sound artist living and working in Atlanta. Internationally, she has created sound sculptures for the Architecture Triennale in Lisbon, Portugal and La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille, France with Zurich-based Sound Development City, as well as composed sounds that played in roving taxicabs throughout the 5th Marrakech Biennale, Morrocco. In Atlanta, she has created public works for Flux Projects, the Atlanta Beltline, the Goat Farm, and the Woodruff Arts Center, among others. She is currently working on new projects out of a recent research residency at Aterlierhaus Salzamt in Linz, Austria.