Starting in summer 2014, a series of short waterfront residencies called Low Res will convene artists in many fields to respond to the waterfront in a variety of ways. The results will be developed into in-person and virtual presentations in the coming months.
Three "selectors," experts in their fields, have been recruited for the Waterfront Low Res Class of 2014. These three selectors will enlist a suite of artists to respond to the Waterfront.
Class of 2014
Eyvind Kang is an American composer, violist, violinist, tuba, and erhu player. He was raised in Canada and the United States, and has since lived and worked in countries ranging from Italy to Iceland.
Joshua Beckman is an American poet, and editor at the Seattle press Wave Books. He is the author of six collections of poetry, including Take It, Shake, and Things Are Happening, which won the first annual Honickman-APR book award.
Michelle Dunn Marsh
Michelle Dunn Marsh is the Executive Director of Photo Center NW. Dunn Marsh' professional experience includes fifteen years with Aperture Foundation in New York City, first as a designer and later as deputy director for the organization, and as Co-Publisher of Aperture magazine.