Second Thursdays, 12:30pm to 1:30pmGage Academy of Art
, 1501 10th Ave. E, Seattle
Geo Studio, Room 304, Third Floor
Gage Artistic Director Gary Faigin facilitates a monthly discussion about intentions, process and methods in the work of contemporary figurative artists. ArtTalk is open to the public FREE of charge.
Sound Made Visible
June 13, 12:30pm-1:30pm
Geo Studio/3rd Floor - FREE
MacArthur Genius winner and longtime-Seattle resident Trimpin
is much more well-known world-wide than in his adopted city. His remarkable work — giant mechanical sculptures which move and make music in response to their environment — fits into no one category, nor do the spectacular drawings he does in preparation. We’ll look at video documentation of some of his major pieces, and discuss how he works out his ideas on paper before embarking on their construction.
Join us in the Geo Studio Friday, June 7 at 7:00pm, for an exclusive free screening of TRIMPIN: The Sound of Invention, a film by Peter Esmonde.
pictured: Trimpin’s, "If VI Was IX" at the Experience Music Project in Seattle, WA.