November 29, 2010

Seattle Magazine picks Wall Project as one of 'Best of 2010'

"Best lemonade made from lemons"

"STart (the Sound Transit Art Program) is beautifying the two-block hole in the ground that Capitol Hill residents will have to walk around for the next four years as the city builds a light rail station next to Cal Anderson Park. The project, curated by artist D.K. Pan and titled “The City: Love, Loss and the Moveable Future” (, turned a giant construction wall into an art gallery accessible to all who pass by. Nearly 30 local artists have been tapped to participate in this ongoing exhibit, including the Seattle Experimental Animation Team, a group of local animators that is painstakingly painting, filming, repainting and filming eight animations on the wall for a cumulative installation called “Wallrus.”