THE HIGH WALL
The High Wall is an outdoor video projection project at the Inscape Arts Building. Honoring the building’s complicated history as an immigration station, the High Wall aims to show the work of artists who are immigrants or working with themes of immigration and diaspora. Located on the south-west exterior of the Inscape building, projections are best viewed after dark from the porches or parking lots of the Inscape building, the PFI Parking lot, and both north- and south- bound light rail trains, as well as all levels of the CenturyLink Field parking lot. During exhibitions, members of the public are welcome to a reception on the second floor south porch of the building as darkness falls. Most exhibitions also include printed interviews with participating artists; documentation is shared here online.
Special thanks to the Wing Luke Museum.
The High Wall is powered by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.
PREVIOUS HIGH WALL ARTISTS
The Kimchi Song
You Are On Indigenous Land
A slow unraveling of the same thread (and the universal tragedy of time)
C. Davida Ingram
When I Rub the Dead Skin of the Thing against Me I find I am Soft, Brown, and Human