aLIVe Call-to-Artists

 

 

Artist Cheryl dos Remedios is inviting artists, inventors, and community members to “imagine a transportation system designed around the human body” for the upcoming event, aLIVe (A Low Impact Vehicle exhibition). In exploring the concept of “low impact,” aLIVe asks participants to consider the effect their designs have on both persons and the environment. Not sure how to design an entire transportation system? That’s ok! aLIVe is looking for everything from “poetry to prototypes.”

 

Here are some already confirmed entries:

Walk and Roll” concept drawing, Peter Reiquam, copyright 2009
Walk and Roll” concept drawing, Peter Reiquam, copyright 2009

 

 

 

 

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"All-Terrain" remote-control living wall, Nicole Kistler, copyright 2009 (photo: Mike McGinn)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The event, hosted by Great City, is free to individual artists due to generous funding from 4Culture. The deadline for entries is Friday, August 7th.

 

Entries will be judged by Seattle Stranger art critic Jen Graves, artist Lorna Jordan, artist Buster Simpson and Seattle Art Museum environmental steward Jackie White. Artist-made trophies for Creativity & Vision as well as a People’s Choice award will be presented.

 

The exhibition will take place on Saturday, August 22nd from 10:30am to 3:30 pm in Seattle’s Seward Park.

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