Doppler Projects Will Present “Chute” – a Dual Phase Exhibition

Posted On February 20, 2017
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Opening Friday, March 3rd, the curatorial collective Doppler Projects kicks off a dual-phase interdisciplinary exhibition, CHUTE at Blue Mark Studios (892 Jefferson St. NW).  Among the line-up of artists, the show will include a strong showing of Welch-affiliated artists including alumni Krista Clark, Meta Gary, Andy Jackson and Jordan Stubbs, as well as current MFA students Elham Masoudi, Jessica Caldas and Vanessa Jagodinsky.


Steve Morrison – Resurgo

According to the press release…

CHUTE is an interdisciplinary exhibition in which performance, video, and visual artists have created works in direct response to Sarah Minor’s essay with the same title. Minor’s essay collages historical and informational texts, splitting each paragraph into two via a “chute” of centralized text. Minor defines chute as passageway, hiding place, descending, while reminding us of its role as status symbol and of our own relationship with desire and lack thereof. The artists selected for response approach these themes related to the meanings Minor defines in their own personal practice.

– Featured Artists-

Jessica Caldas
Krista Clark
Meta Gary
Andy Jackson
Vanessa Jagodinsky
Elham Masoudi
Steve Morrison
Sarah Minor
Jordan Stubbs
** a secret EMERGENCY artist **


Elham Masoudi (film still) “Is-this-washable”

Doppler Projects will also launch a program we like to call EMERGENCY Art. It’s very first** EMERGENCY artwork will be revealed at CHUTE Phase I Event and YOU can be the proud owner of that artwork by donating to Doppler $5 for one chance/$20 for five!
March 3 – 27, 2017Phase I Event: March 3rd 6-9pm
Phase II Event: March 27th 6-9pm
@ Blue Mark Studios (892 Jefferson St. NW)


Doppler Projects is a curatorial collective creating interdisciplinary exhibitions and multi-platform programs in Atlanta. Placing collaboration and experimentation at the forefront, Doppler challenges both artists and audiences to consider art and ideas beyond their traditional contexts.