Sat, Sep 05|
Burien, WA, USA
Arts-A-Glowing and Lusio are thrilled to present 4 nights of pop up projection art experiences.
Time & Location
Sep 05, 2020, 8:00 PM – Sep 26, 2020, 10:00 PM
Burien, WA, USA
Projection POPS is a series of 4 saturdays featuring two local video artists that will be creating pop-up projected video art experiences throughout Burien each weekend during the month of September. The public will be able to view the artwork from a safe distance for one evening each weekend.
The site locations will be announced the night before as to not encourage gathering in advance. To stay safe during these trying times please drive by, walk by, wear a mask, stay distanced, and just stay for a bit so others can enjoy the art safely. No large gathering please! Take a moment and learn about Projection POPS Artists:
Scott Keva James Sept 5th & Sept 19th http://www.scottkevajames.com Bio Scott Kevea James Scott Keva James is a visual artist, working with light and sound, using video and projection in real spaces. His work includes live visual mixing, free-standing installation pieces, playable environments, portable video content, and printed art derived from video works. Blazin Space Sept 12th & Sept 26th
https://www.seeblazinspace.com/live-visuals Bio Blazinspace Blazinspace is the alter-ego of filmmaker and visual artist John Theroux. They use a combination of their own films and animations with movies, iconic imagery, and projection mapping tricks to transform space into an immersive experience. Their visuals have been featured at LUSIO, Earshot Jazz Festival, Bumbershoot, Upstream Music Fest, Kremfest, Look Up Fest, Capitol Hill Block Party, in Band in Seattle, with Sounds of a Generation (Chicago), ELIA, with IVVY (NYC, LA), with Afrocop, and at The Moore with Whitney Monage'. They have performed at over 250 events in the greater Seattle area in the last 4 years. See for yourself at SeeBlazinspace.com Arts-A-Glow vs Arts-A-Glowing Arts-A-Glowing is an expanded program for the month of September, featuring art placed throughout the city of Burien for walk by, drive by, or bike by viewing in an effort to continue the tradition of bringing public light art for all to enjoy every September.