"Exhibit B: Spaceshifts" Now In-Progress

First of all, The Looking Lab team would like to give a great big *thank you* for all of the support you have given us, and we hope you had as great of a time as we did during our first pop-up art installation reception/ launch party! In addition, The Looking Lab made the news and we could not have done it without you!

We want to keep the positive momentum going, so we're diving right in to our next installation by UNF sculpture professor Jenny Hager's Enlivened Spaces course. We're so excited to announce that "Exhibit B's" site will be…..CITY HALL!

The project is curated by Joy Leverette, Jenny Hager, Mark Creegan (Florida State College at Jacksonville Professor of Art) and Lana Heylock (Jacksonville University Professor of Dance). A total of nine currently empty windows--the evolved windows of the old Cohen's Department Store, will be activated. It will also feature two site-specific dance performances by JU's choreography students.

9 windows of Jacksonville's City Hall will be transformed through the collaboration between 10 students.

9 windows of Jacksonville's City Hall will be transformed through the collaboration between 10 students.

Empty? Bland? Not for long!

Empty? Bland? Not for long!

Kelly Morrell, Stephanie Pellerito, and Allison Fay in progress installation.

Kelly Morrell, Stephanie Pellerito, and Allison Fay in progress installation.

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DJ Micklos, Alycia Bren, and Nicole Bovasso brainstorming different ways of hanging elements of their installation.

DJ Micklos, Alycia Bren, and Nicole Bovasso brainstorming different ways of hanging elements of their installation.

Gillian Harper, Nick Dunlop, and Michael Quatromoni rearranging elements of their installation.

Gillian Harper, Nick Dunlop, and Michael Quatromoni rearranging elements of their installation.


Watch the progression of the students' work as they transform the windows of the City Hall St. James Building (177 W Duval St.) over the course of the next month and a half! As always, you can stay up to date with their progress and exhibition details via our Facebook page, and even join our emailing list