Summer Field Studies
ALL RISE is pleased to be included in Summer Field Studies at the Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington.
Summer Field Studies at The Henry Art Gallery
ALL RISE is pleased to be included in Summer Field Studies at The Henry Art Gallery, a presentation and interactive program series that invites visitors to explore contemporary art and ideas not only at the Museum but also out in the surrounding landscape. More about the exhibition from The Henry:
"Artists, musicians, permaculture advocates, curators, activists, sailors, poets and explorers were invited to participate in the creation of a series of interactive field guides for the Henry’s Test Site. These field guides will introduce visitors to a variety of individual and collaborative projects from in around the Pacific Northwest that deal with landscape as a means to facilitate personal reflection and as a discursive space. Projects range from outdoor residency programs, floating concerts, visits to secret gardens, and much more!"
ALL RISE contributed a video (among other documents) which contemplates our campus.
To move through Cascade's spatial past is to shift scales: each generation's horizon rising and falling, each patterning its own social cadence. Forested land is cleared for workers' settlements servicing mills, brickyards and laundries. Modest Victorian homes make way for industry, and warehouses large enough to build bomber planes. A neighborhood dramatically opened by the Denny Regrade and later bisected by I5. These iterations—physical, psychic and social—are each remnant in this place.