‘Edit’ this art installation at Frances Anderson Center

Sep 27, 2016
Courtesy of: Laurie Rose “Edit” can be viewed, and “edited,” at the Frances Anderson Center in Edmonds.

Seattle artist Elise Koncsek’s temporary art installation, “Edit,” is located at the Frances Anderson Center’s fence on Main Street. It’s part of Edmonds Arts Commission’s On the Fence program.

This interactive installation “invites viewers to create stories from 23 individually mounted, brightly painted laser cut wood panels containing a word or a phrase on both sides of each panel.”

Viewers can flip panels to create a story or change the current story, as well as play with color patterns of the panels. The overall effect is an exploration of permanence versus change, personal expression, color combinations, and the nature of language, Koncsek said.

Koncsek is a professional photographer and an installation artist. Over the past three years, her works have appeared all around the Seattle area. She has also created installations for the Burning Man festival.

“On the Fence” is a temporary art program of the city of Edmonds Arts Commission. Three fence sites are available for art installations: Second Avenue South and Dayton Street, Sixth Avenue North, and just east of 700 Main Street at the Frances Anderson Center Field.

Artists are encouraged to apply and application is ongoing. For more information: www.edmondsartscommission.org, 425-771-0228.


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