Seattle, WA

Sway was a site-specific installation design to temporarily change the use of the Daejon Pagoda, in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood.

Sway was created in collaboration with architect and artist Anna Koosmann, as an interactive re-interpretation of a traditional swing.  Designed in response to the form and structure of the Pagoda, the swings have no clear instructions of use – which generated a wide array of reaction, interaction and creative engagement.

Sway was created in collaboration with the NEPO 5k and shared the Pagoda with a sound piece by Nat Evans entitled — entitled Record and Response — Spring 2012.