Archive for November, 2010

There is a new building for artists in Seattle. It’s the old INS building, now in the process of a deep reimagining, and going by the handle,


We are thrilled to be taking a studio there, moving from our credibly grotty space in outer Georgetown.
Inscape held an open house the weekend of the 16th and 17th, and we went and took some pictures. Here are a few. Bonus points for guessing in which space we’re relocating our studio!

There was a lot of art there, curated by the brilliantĀ Christian French, in an all-building installation/performance called “Passages.” A lot of it relates to the ideas of home and confinement, and responds to the extant artifacts of the building’s history as not just a portal for immigrants, but as a detention and deportation center.

Have a look at more of the pictures you like, inĀ this Flickr slideshow.

We expect to be moving in sometime in December. Careful or we’ll ask you to help.



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