Image courtesy of Liz Larsen.
CoCA Lab: Artist in Residence Program
Featuring Kin·der·gar·ten of Light
Saturday, February 11, 2017 6-9pm
In the same way kids want to try, do and touch everything, the GlowFi team wanted to do and create everything with light. Too many choices and too much energy means GlowFi is creating an eclectic collection of new and experiential light art with multiple ways to interact with light. This exhibit will feature new technologies with “side glow fiber optics” that look a bit like neon (but much more fun), a Throne of Light you can sit in, interactive projection art, fun things to play with and new ideas with light. This garden of light promises to inspire your inner child.
GlowFi is a collection of light art by Josh and Liz Larsen. More about GlowFi can be found at http://GlowFiArt.com.
All CoCA Lab events held at CoCA UN[contained]
6555 5th Avenue S, Seattle
Part of the Georgetown Art Attack
All images except for the last one (courtesy of Josh Larsen) are courtesy of Liz Larsen.
About CoCA Lab Artists in Residence Program
CoCA Lab provides individual artists or artist teams the opportunity to transform our space into a living art laboratory. Artists are invited by CoCA curators and have included international artist Dr. Phoebe Ching Ying Man (Hong Kong), Brooklyn-based installation artist Aaron Asis, performance artist Ezra Dickinson, installation artist Cait Willis, sound artist Nat Evans, installation artist Michelle de la Vega, performance artist ilvs strauss, multimedia installation artist Trina Cooper, composer Jovino Santos Neta, fiber and installation artist Wyly Astley, filmmaker Adam Sekuler, installation artist Celeste Cooning, performance artist Carl Lawrence, rock'n'roll band Marion Walker, Seattle artist and interventionist,Suzanne Morlock, indigenous installation artist Christine Babic, and many others since the program's inception in April 2014.
CoCA Lab is supported, in part, by an award from 4Culture , Seattle Foundation, individual donors and CoCA members.