The Let There Be Light program features two, multi day exhibits of large scale projected video art onto the head house of the Pier 86 grain terminal during December of 2018.
With a canvas is 222ft tall and exhibits that will run for a total of 10 days, this program will be the largest and longest public video art exhibits to date in the Seattle area!
The exhibits will be able to be viewed from Centennial Park, Myrtle Edwards Park, as well as part of Downtown, SODO, West Seattle, Queen Anne and from the water.
The Closing Viewing Party will be held at
645 Elliott Ave W #200, Seattle, WA 98119
A wall of windows face the exhibit site for optimal viewing of the projected exhibit by HexagonMisfit.
The Viewing Party will include
Acknowledgments/Opening speech by Chairperson Betty Winfield.
Special Guest speakers
Free refreshments provided by Expedia
Joining us will be
SEATTLE CENTER ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: SEATTLE FESTIVALS
ELHAM HAKIM & KAROUN ENSEMBLE PERFORM
“SHAB-E-YALDA” IRANIAN WINTER SOLSTICE
LUMMI TRIBAL MEMBER, MUSICIAN & STORYTELLER
Open to the public
Read more about the project and artists below
While the two exhibits will be working within the theme of the project, they will showcase and explore very different avenues of the art.
Pier 86 is a testimony to both land and sea; grains collected from the interior continent are then shipped to distant peoples. The symbolism of using Pier 86 roots Seattle’s connection to Elliot Bay, the ancestral home of the Native peoples, the cities original industrial development and more recently, tech and tourism commerce.
“Let There Be Light” will be a celebration of the Seattle waterfront, it’s history, it’s people, and it’s light shining the way into the future.
-Will be showing during Closing Viewing Party –
DEC 14TH-21ST, 2018
Showing nightly 6pm-10pm
In their exhibit for the Let There Be Light program Hexagon Misfit will visually explore the past, present and future of the Waterfront and peoples of the PNW with projection mapping, 3D imaging, and historical moments. The exhibit will invite the viewers to take a journey through time and celebrate the significance of Seattle’s past while looking into the future with the power of light. Within the journey the artists will showcase the art itself and celebrate the return of light using projection mapping to create a beautiful and intriguing experience.
Craig Winslow is an experiential designer based in Portland, OR with a passion for blending the physical and digital, and a fascination with how we incorporate the past within our future. He was an Adobe Creative Resident 16/17′, currently teaches at PNCA as a research fellow in the Make+Think+Code Lab, and has run his own studio for the past several years working with NikeLab, The Neon Museum, Coca-Cola Consolidated, Princeton University, Adobe, and the Portland Trail Blazers.
Chris Rojas is an Experiential Designer based in Seattle, WA and focuses on large-scale real-time interactive art. Much of the work incorporates emerging technologies such as VR, AR, XR, depth cameras, optical tracking, and custom electronics. Chris has worked with Nike, Microsoft, Intel, GE, Levi, TED and various entertainers such as The Black Eyed Peas, DJ Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Paul Oakenfold, Deadmau5, Phantogram and Depth Cab For Cutie.
Dec 7th-10th, 2018
Showing nightly 6pm-10pm
Artists – SIGNALS
Nicolas Sassoon; Vancouver BC Canada
Rick Silva; Eugene, Oregon
“SIGNALS is a collaborative project by artists Nicolas Sassoon (Vancouver, BC) and Rick Silva (Eugene, OR) focusing on immersive audio-visual renderings of altered seascapes.
Many thanks to Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle Parks Foundation, Port of Seattle and Expedia for the support on this amazing project!