Evan Levy

Atlanta artist Evan Levy unveiled a temporary outdoor art installation, “Cellular Cosmogony,” in 2007 at Serenbe. The science and art project combined sound and visual illusion, giving the viewer a sensory experience with enhanced sounds of nature and amplification of their own voice. The work addressed the fragility and mystery of cosmos and the search to understand ones own existence. Evan Levy has exhibited at the Tate Modern, served as president of Art Papers Magazine, was the director of art in Freedom Park, and served as public art coordinator for the City of Atlanta.