Support for an art exhibition about endemic pollution in south Seattle, paralleling the artists’ process of transforming a former gas station into a pocket park.
We are a trio of artists (John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler) who have been working together in a unified vision since 1999. Site-specific installations, portable public art environments, performance, photography, and sculpture have all played a part in our highly conceptual work designed to engage and invite participation from viewers. We attract (sometimes unsuspecting) audiences to new readings of and approaches to political, social, cultural, and aesthetic issues. We are dedicated to a form of “public art” that is generous in nature, participatory for the willing, and refreshingly free of dogma for the uninitiated.
Feature Image: Duwamish, SuttonBeresCuller, Courtesy of the artists.