AUTONOMIC (2016)

Paul Kikuchi and James Reeves - Multi-media installation - Jack Straw New Media Gallery. 

Presented in partnership with the  Jack Straw Foundation and the Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs

Songs of Nihonmachi (2015)

Interactive, Site-specific installation

A tribute to the thriving Japanese American community prior to the World War II internmentSongs of Nihonmachi is a site-specific, interactive installation that provides hand built listening stations that play 78RPM records of the era. The project recognizes the tremendous sacrifices made by Japanese-American families during the internment years, highlighting the 78rpm records that many families were forced to give up or destroy prior to their forced incarceration. The listening stations provide a window into the sonic landscape of the era.

Current installations:

The Panama Hotel
605 1/2 South Main St. 
Seattle, WA 98104
(permanent installation)

Installation opening: With jazz trio - Ivan Arteaga, Jeff Johnson, Paul Kikuchi
November 5, 2015
6PM
Presented by Earshot Jazz and the Panama Hotel

Community Listening Party
December 3, 2015
6PM – 8PM
Free and open to the public

Created and presented in partnership with 4Culture's Site/s Specific Program and the Panama Hotel

A tribute to the thriving Japanese American community prior to the World War II internmentSongs of Nihonmachi is a site-specific, interactive installation that provides hand built listening stations that play 78RPM records of the era. The project recognizes the tremendous sacrifices made by Japanese-American families during the internment years, highlighting the 78rpm records that many families were forced to give up or destroy prior to their forced incarceration. The listening stations provide a window into the sonic landscape of the era.

Current installations:

The Panama Hotel
605 1/2 South Main St. 
Seattle, WA 98104
(permanent installation)

Installation opening: With jazz trio - Ivan Arteaga, Jeff Johnson, Paul Kikuchi
November 5, 2015
6PM
Presented by Earshot Jazz and the Panama Hotel

Community Listening Party
December 3, 2015
6PM – 8PM
Free and open to the public

created with support from 4Culture's Site/s Specific Program

Uprooted and Invisible (2013)

Audio Installation
The Wing Luke Museum, Seattle, WA
December 7 - August 18, 2013
Uprooted and Invisible looks at the phenomenon of “hidden homelessness” from an Asian American perspective. Audio component includes interviews, field recordings, and prepared piano.

Centennial (2012)

Audio Installation
Montalvo Art Center Gallery
The Montalvo Centennial Year is the starting point for a series of thematically-related exhibitions which explore the relationships between Montalvo, its communities, and its histories.  Audio component explores poly-rhythmic recordings of rain, negative space, and insect sounds. 

Farewell (2010)

Columbia City Gallery, Seattle, WA
Group Exhibit

5:5:3/Artillery Welcome Bell - Interactive installation.

Smash Putt (2009)

Guest contributor. Resonant shooting gallery. Seattle, WA.