Walk, ride or drive by – Electronic Art on the Street
4Culture is pleased to announce the 14 artists selected to present work in the 2012/2013 season on e4c, 4Culture’s storefront media gallery. Through an open call to artists, media makers across the United States, working in all genres, including documentary, animation and experimental, were invited to apply to participate in 4Culture’s e4c program.
Selected Artists for e4c’s 2012-2013 Season:
- Zack Bent — Seattle, WA
- Erin Elyse Burns — Seattle, WA
- Webster Crowell — Seattle, WA
- Jeffrey Curtis — Seattle, WA
- Ellen Dicola — Seattle, WA
- Stephanie Dodes — Brooklyn, NY
- Ryan Fedyk — Seattle, WA
- Dakota Gearhart — Seattle, WA
- Thom Heileson — Washington, DC
- Matthew Hilger — Seattle, WA
- Eric Olson — Seattle, WA
- Dane Picard — Los Angeles, CA
- Joana Stillwell — Seattle, WA
- Tona Wilson — New Paltz, NY
In September, a peer-selection panel chose these artists from a highly competitive pool of applicants. From a meditative collage of layered images to paper-cut animation, selected works represent a diverse sampling of electronic media. Projects will be presented as soon they have been adapted to meet technical requirements of the site.
[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/44268505[/vimeo]e4c consists of four monitors and two exterior speakers, located adjacent to Gallery4Culture facing Prefontaine Place South in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. e4c serves as an enhancement to neighborhood street-life and provides a rare exhibition opportunity for media artists, to showcase work to the general public.
e4c’s current exhibition hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Support for e4c has been provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.