shelter from the storm


Visual artist Suzanne Morlock and invited collaborators Anitra Freeman, Margaret Johnson, Katmondu, Glenn Messersmith and Teresa Reeves undertook a process of experimental exchange for this one month residency. Bound by a common conceptual concern – homelessness, it formed the them for this exploration and is culminating in an evening of visual and performance response.

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Great Balls of Yarn!

GBY2webIn the spirit of this year’s Office of Arts and Culture Sculpture Walk theme – spectacle, Glenn Messersmith and Suzanne Morlock, have created a twist on our interests in celebrating craft technique in new and inventive ways at a big scale. We looked at the bollards around Key Arena, and found them ripe to be playfully transformed into enormous balls of yarn! So this week 21 bollards on the east side of Key Arena have been transformed into Great Balls of Yarn!  …and there's more »

Internal Politics: Great Expectations

Through an invitation to participate in a group exhibition in NYC entitled Internal Politics: Great Expectations, Suzanne submitted Like You, Like Me, an audio collage which features the brave stories of people in Seattle who are currently experiencing homelessness or have experienced homelessness in the recent past. These compelling stories resonate with humanness, strength and struggle. Eleven voices in this collage are those of Real Change News vendors in Seattle, Washington.

The Arts Inhabit an Old Furniture Factory

With the recent release of the 2016 One Night Count (which increased with 733 more people sleeping out unsheltered), in conjunction with exhibitions 35 Live and UN[contained] presented by the Center on Contemporary Art, Morlock will participate in a pop-up exhibition on Saturday, March 12, from 6-10pm in Georgetown, as part of the monthly Georgetown Art Attack. Conceived of as an extra special evening of creativity by CoCA in conjunction with the Equinox open studios at 6555 5th Ave S., Seattle WA.