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September 26, 2012 at 12:04 PM

Meet 4Culture’s new storefront artists

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(A scene from Ryan Fedyk’s “Travesty City,” created using cell animation, paper cut-out animation and computer generated imagery.)

After putting out a nationwide call to artists, 4Culture, the cultural-services agency for King County, has chosen 14 artists to present their work in e4C, the agency’s storefront gallery in Pioneer Square. “From a meditative collage of layered images to paper-cut animation, selected works represent a diverse sampling of electronic media,” according to 4Culture. The first installation is planned to go up Nov. 1.

The Seattle artists who were picked are: Zack Bent, Erin Elyse Burns, Webster Crowell, Jeffrey Curtis, Ellen Dicola, Ryan Fedyk, Dakota Gearhart, Matthew Hilger, Eric Olson and Joanna Stillwell. Others: Stephanie Dodes, Brooklyn, NY; Thom Heileson, Washington, D.C.; Dane Picard, Los Angeles; and Tona Wilson, New Paltz, NY.

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