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[CANCELED] Electric Flora – Ongoing Light Art Exhibit featured image

Mokedo light art exhibit

[CANCELED] Electric Flora – Ongoing Light Art Exhibit

Pier 62 | Free
Dec 15 2021 | 4:19 pm
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Electric Flora is a light art exhibit created from sculpture, form, and light that re‑creates the wonder of Pacific Northwest flora in a reimagined way.

This exhibit is no longer running.

All ages welcome

The annual artist collaboration for a winter light installation at Pier 62 is back!

The 2021 exhibit is curated by Lusio. It sparks inspiration from the bounty of summer to light our way through the rainy Seattle winter. Video Content features artists Phill Pasqual, Retina Ghost, Chris Rojas, and Mokedo. The curators at Lusio aim to create a minimal yet lush design that appeals both from a distance and looks well close up against the Seattle skyline backdrop and the Salish Sea. Friends of Waterfront Seattle encourages you to visit Pier 62 twice to see this inspiring exhibit in both its states –both in the day and when illuminated at night.

UPDATE: this exhibit is canceled. Check out our other upcoming events and programs here.

Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations

Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations image
Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations image

A sample of a past Mokedo art Installation

Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations image
Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations image
Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations image

Mokedo light art exhibit

Samples from Other Mokedo Art Installations image

Hosted by Friends of Waterfront Seattle

Friends of Waterfront Seattle (“Friends”) is the nonprofit partner to the City of Seattle responsible for helping to fund, build, steward, and program the park — today and into the future. In deep collaboration with individuals, communities, and institutional partners, Friends’ mission is creating, caring for, and activating a renewed place on Seattle’s central shoreline to connect — to the water, to the mountains, to our city, and to one another. In addition to raising $110M by 2024 to fund park construction, Friends will provide funding and manage the programming and operations of the future Waterfront Park through a joint-delivery partnership with Seattle Parks & Recreation. Park construction has begun following the Viaduct’s removal and the first piece of the park — Pier 62 — is now open.

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