Mar 11

CoCA Lab (March & April): Britta Johnson

We are thrilled to welcome Britta Johnson for CoCA Lab this March and April!

Johnson will be developing and testing the interactive animated aspect of "Giant Whirl," which will be permanently sited in West Seattle’s Don Armeni Park in 2018. While many details of the sculpture have yet to be finalized, one key feature of the piece is a series of LED lights that, when motion-triggered by park users, display the form of a ghostly octopus drifting around, curling and hanging out as long as the visitor lingers.

The artwork is funded by Seattle City Light 1% for Art and Green Up public demonstration funds. The city is committed to excellence in environmental stewardship and in sustainable building practices.



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6555 5th Avenue S, Seattle
Part of the Georgetown Art Attack

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