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Exhibition Detail
Chamber Music
Curated by: Scott Lawrimore
704 Terry Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98104


February 9th, 2013 - May 5th, 2013
Opening: 
February 9th, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
 Untitled (Chamber Music), Margie LivingstonMargie Livingston, Untitled (Chamber Music),
2013, Acrylic on Alupanel, 10 1/2 x 14 x 2 in
© Courtesy of the artist & Greg Kucera Gallery
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The Frye Art Museum is pleased to celebrate thirty-six exceptional Seattle artists in Chamber Music curated by Scott Lawrimore, the Frye’s new Deputy Director, Collections and Exhibitions, in his inaugural exhibition at the Museum.

Artists participating in Chamber Music are:

Julie Alexander, Sharon Arnold, Byron Au Yong, Bonnie Biggs, D.W. Burnam, Robert Campbell, Jaq Chartier, Carl Chew, Claire Cowie, Anne Focke, Klara Glosova, Cable Griffith, Francisco Guerrero, Todd Jannausch, Shaun Kardinal, Carolyn Law, Margie Livingston, Greg Lundgren, Norman Lundin, Amanda Manitach, Alan Maskin, Ries Niemi, NKO, Matthew Offenbacher, D.K. Pan, Mary Ann Peters, PUNCH Gallery (Renee Adams, Howard Barlow, Justin Beckman, Justin Gibbens, Joanna Thomas), Bill Ritchie, Serrah Russell, Norie Sato, Rafael Soldi, Sierra Stinson, Michael Van Horn, Joey Veltkamp, Jamie Walker, and Robert Yoder.

Each artist created a newly commissioned art work in response to musical compositions based on James Joyce’s volume of poetry entitled Chamber Music. The artists included in the exhibition span generations and reflect a broad aesthetic spectrum. Uniting them is a shared dedication to artist-generated activities that strengthen Seattle’s arts community beyond their own art practices. Chamber Music is both a celebration of individual mark-making and a cooperative composition about love for the City of Seattle and how artists choose to leave their mark on it.

As a supplement to the thirty-six new artworks on view, the exhibition includes a living library archiving the artists' contributions as curators, critics, academics, theoreticians, writers, civic organizers, and founders or members of important artist cooperatives and independent exhibition spaces. This library presents documents and ephemera from such watershed projects as and/or, 911 Media Arts Center, and CoCA, as well as more recent initiatives toward community-building like NEPO House, Free Sheep Foundation, and The New Mystics.


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