A Tremulous Force


For Atlanta Art Week 2023, Art Papers will partner with Temporary Studios to present an exhibition curated by Art Papers editor + artistic director Sarah Higgins and Art Papers ArtTable fellow + curatorial assistant Karina Teichert.

A Tremulous Force [October 7–28, 2023] will feature Atlanta-based artists William Downs, Aineki Traverso, and Kelly Taylor Mitchell alongside New York based poet danilo machado and Pittsburgh-based artist Julie Lee. This immersive, multi-sensory exhibition will present a variety of practices that explore themes of time, memory, and touch. These artists’ interdisciplinary approaches each, in their own ways, seek a sensorial connection to experiences that are foreclosed to the artist by time—but accessed through history, generational memory, and material archive.

Art Papers will also produce a pop-up shop with current and past issues of ART PAPERS magazine, custom merch from Art Papers and Temporary Art Center, and small works by participating artists and creators related to Art Papers’ programming. The exhibition opening will occur alongside an open studios event.

This event is free; open to the public; and accessible by car, ride-share, or MARTA via the Lakewood Station. Limited free parking is available on site.

Opening Reception
Saturday, October 7, 12-6 PM

Exhibition Dates
October 7–28, 2023

Gallery Hours
Saturdays + Sundays
12:00 – 5:00 pm

Temporary Studios
1910 Murphy Ave SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

About Temporary Studios
During the pandemic ART PRODUCTS, LLC and The Temporary Art Center recognized a clear need in our community for artists’ studio spaces. The Temporary Studios settled into a beautiful 3,500 sq. ft building at the southern edge of the Sylvan Hills neighborhood in Atlanta, across the train tracks from the new Tyler Perry Studios. We went to work designing and building 11 artist studios and an exhibition space.