UN-[TITLED] is an immersive, multisite-speciﬁc project that centers on the ways in which our communities are affected by development, displacement, and gentrification. Guests are guided through a series of engagements and reckonings with community meaning, cultural memory, and healing in the Central and Chinatown International Districts of Seattle. Participants (artists included) are asked to locate themselves within the patterns of gentrification, locate home in themselves, and to naturalize through Right Relationship. It asks for a demonstration of responsibility to the land, air, and water, and to actively center marginalized folx, memories, and stories through art, sound, movement, performance, ritual, and community.
UN-[TITLED] is a socially engaged project conceived and organized by commissioning curator Berette S Macaulay. Creative collaborators include Benjamin Hunter, Margaret Knight, Nia-Amina Minor, and Tom Pearson (Third Rail Projects). Community partners include Jazmyn Scott (Arte Noir), Stephanie Johnson-Toliver (Black Heritage Society), Tara Tamaribuchi (Friends of Inscape and Inscape Arts), Cynthia Brothers (Vanishing Seattle), Elisheba Johnson, Inye Wokoma, and Soulma Ayers (Wa Na Wari Seattle), and Teme Wokoma (Sankofa Theater).
UN-[TITLED] includes periods of standing and walking, with limited opportunities to sit. Due to ADA limitations at the presenting sites, UN-[TITLED]is not accessible for guests in wheelchairs.
Location: The UN-[TITLED] Project takes place at multiple locations in different neighborhoods. Shuttles will be provided between locations, departing from the NOVA School parking lot (2410 E Cherry St) at 6:45pm (for 7pm shows) and 1:45pm (for 2pm shows). The performance lasts approximately two hours.
Tickets ($29) here.