New Mural on Capitol Hill's Construction Wall

NKO, The Architecture of Endlessness, Acrylic Paint Mural (detail) by NKO
NKO, The Architecture of Endlessness, Acrylic Paint Mural (detail) by NKO

NKO: The Architecture of Endlessness
Opening: September 13, 2012, 5:00 – Dusk; on view through completion of Light Rail Station
10th Avenue East, Between Denny Way & John St, Seattle

The Architecture of Endlessness, a new mural by 4Culture Individual Artist Projects award recipient, NKO, is situated on the east facade of the construction wall surrounding Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail’s Capitol Hill Station. Also known as the Red Wall, this 24’x240’ painting will remain until the station construction is finished. The Architecture of Endlessness was designed and painted by NKO, with assistance from SignSavant’s Japhy Witte.

Executed over five weeks, the mural is an abstract, improvisational reaction to the site, both in relation to the site itself, and to the continual evolution of the city. Walk, drive or ride by and let us know what you think about this new, temporary artwork.