CoCA LAB: Artist-in-Residence Adam Sekuler

CoCA Georgetown: Seattle Design Center | 5701 6th Ave. S | Suite 258 | Seattle WA 98108

CoCA Lab: Adam Sekuler, Artist in Residence, April 17 – May 5 2014

Introducing CoCA Lab, CoCA’s new artist residency program, in which we invite an artist, or group of artists, to transform our Georgetown gallery space into an art laboratory. Our first CoCA Lab resident is Seattle’s own award-winning filmmaker and curator, Adam Sekuler.

Adam is a filmmaker and curator, who has organized touring programs of retrospectives and premiere feature films throughout North America. His films have screened at festivals, museums, and galleries throughout the world. His short film Pathe Ballet won a prize at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

While in residence at CoCA, Adam is working on an exhibition of excerpts from his current documentary WORK IN PROGRESS, which documents the current state of the American workforce through two-minute, single-shot profiles of 45-80 laborers, showing their movements and patterns. He is using CoCA as a hub to investigate some of the industrial labor located along the Duwamish and in the South end of Seattle. A fundraiser for this project is currently underway and can be viewed/contributed to here.

Adam will be at the gallery most days, Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm. We are open to the public and encourage you to come down, explore the art and visit with the artist.

Introducing the CoCA Lab, CoCA’s new artist residency program, in which we invite an artist, or group of artists, to transform our Georgetown gallery space into an art laboratory. Our first CoCA Lab resident is Seattle’s own award-winning filmmaker and curator, Adam Sekuler.

Adam Sekuler is a filmmaker and curator, who has organized touring programs of retrospectives and premiere feature films throughout North America. His films have screened at festivals, museums, and galleries throughout the world. His short film Pathe Ballet won a prize at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

While in residence at CoCA, Adam is working on an exhibition of excerpts from his current documentary WORK IN PROGRESS, which documents the current state of the American workforce through two-minute, single-shot profiles of 45-80 laborers, showing their movements and patterns.

He is using CoCA as a hub to investigate some of the industrial labor located along the Duwamish and in the South end of Seattle. A fundraiser for this project is currently underway and can be viewed/contributed to here: http://bit.ly/supportsekuler

Adam will be at the gallery most days, Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm. We are open to the public and encourage you to come down, explore the art and visit with the artist.

– See more at: http://www.cocaseattle.org/exhibitions/current/adam-sekuler/#sthash.v3uXxzWf.dpuf

Introducing the CoCA Lab, CoCA’s new artist residency program, in which we invite an artist, or group of artists, to transform our Georgetown gallery space into an art laboratory. Our first CoCA Lab resident is Seattle’s own award-winning filmmaker and curator, Adam Sekuler.

Adam Sekuler is a filmmaker and curator, who has organized touring programs of retrospectives and premiere feature films throughout North America. His films have screened at festivals, museums, and galleries throughout the world. His short film Pathe Ballet won a prize at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

While in residence at CoCA, Adam is working on an exhibition of excerpts from his current documentary WORK IN PROGRESS, which documents the current state of the American workforce through two-minute, single-shot profiles of 45-80 laborers, showing their movements and patterns.

He is using CoCA as a hub to investigate some of the industrial labor located along the Duwamish and in the South end of Seattle. A fundraiser for this project is currently underway and can be viewed/contributed to here: http://bit.ly/supportsekuler

Adam will be at the gallery most days, Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm. We are open to the public and encourage you to come down, explore the art and visit with the artist.

– See more at: http://www.cocaseattle.org/exhibitions/current/adam-sekuler/#sthash.v3uXxzWf.dpuf

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