ANGIE HINOJOS YUSUF & CARLOS JIMENEZ, LXCHEL
Location: Fisher Pavilion Overhang, corner of Second Ave and Thomas Street
Ixchel was the Meshica god of the moon; as the moon waxed and waned, she transformed through all the stages of life. Dragonflies are also a symbol of metamorphosis—when Ixchel died, dragonflies sang over her for 183 days.
HENRY JACKSON-SPIEKER, BURL
Location: Founders Court, Fountain side
Burl is a Juxtaposition between Seattle's natural and metropolitan environment. Creating a natural forms directly onto the concrete structures invites the viewer to hold and weigh these contrasting and continually encroaching worlds.
KATIE MILLER, CONSTRUCT
Location: Monorail Station Overpass, leading from Armory East exit
Construct explores Seattle's rapidly changing urban landscape and how our perception of place is informed by our surroundings. Utilizing forced-perspective, shifts in scale, and varied linear repetition, Construct references the lines, angles, and forms revealed through the building process.
CAROLINA SILVA, THE WIND TRAP
Location: Founders Court, Mercer Street side
A vertical space covered by mylar streams, overhanging and interacting with light and wind, capturing unpredictable reflections, movement and sounds. The Wind Trap is about that which is unseen, appearing in a festive, transformative mode.