CALENDAR

offsite evenings

Dayna Hanson with Jim Fletcher: 28 problems
Wednesday, October 26, 8pm
Thursday, October 27, 10pm
Friday, October 28, 8pm
Saturday, October 29, 4pm
At BASE in Georgetown: 6520 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
BUY TICKETS HERE

Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky: The Hidden Code
featuring special guest Stephon Alexander
Thursday, October 27, 7:30 pm (doors at 7)
At Benaroya Hall’s Nordstrom Recital Hall: 200 University Street, Seattle WA 98101
$30 / $35 / BUY TICKETS HERE
Paul Miller, AKA DJ Spooky "The Hidden Code"

Paul Miller, AKA DJ Spooky “The Hidden Code”

passes

9 EVENINGS PASS
Admission to all of the events at King Street Station. Includes 2 drink tickets for each of the opening & closing night parties, and admission to the King Street exhibits and daytime programs. Tickets to offsite events (Dayna Hanson, DJ Spooky) are not included and must be purchased separately.

$130 / BUY TICKETS HERE

5 EVENINGS PASS
Admission to the opening & closing night parties and your choice of three other evening events (note that you must choose those events at time of pass purchase). Includes 2 drink tickets for each of the opening & closing night parties, and admission to the King Street exhibits and daytime programs. Tickets to offsite events (Dayna Hanson, DJ Spooky) are not included and must be purchased separately.
$100 / BUY TICKETS HERE

 

evenings at king street station

Tickets to any evening event also include admission to the exhibit and other daytime events. Times listed are door times; evening performances start about 1 hour after doors open.

go here for direct ticketing link to all King Street Station events

EVENING 1: OPENING NIGHT / Friday, October 21, 7 pm / 21+ only
9e2 Opening Night! DJs and dancing, alongside featured performances:
Mary Sherman: Eri After Dark
A preview of Dayna Hanson’s 28 Problems
Coleman Pester and //TECTONIC MARROW SOCIETY: PYLON II
The opening night party is also the debut of Ginny Ruffner & Grant Kirkpatrick’s installation Poetic Hybrids, a series of holographic, augmented reality sculptures that are activated by viewer input. Poetic Hybrids will be activated during the opening and closing night parties only, so don’t miss your chance to see it!
$45 includes 1 drink ticket / $30 early bird (no drink ticket) till 9/20
BUY TICKETS HERE

EVENING 2: Saturday, October 22, 6 pm / all ages
Keith Salmon artist talk: Reflections on the Oregon Project. Salmon and collaborators Dan Thornton and Neel Joshi will give guided tours of the installation from 6-7 pm. Talk begins at 7.
Mary Sherman: Eri After Dark
Thomas Deuel and Company: The Encephalophone Ensemble
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EVENING 3: Sunday, October 23, 7 pm / all ages
Kaoru Okumura and Google researchers: Butoh and DeepDream
Gary Hill: Unconditional Surrender
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EVENING 4: Monday, October 24, 7 pm/ all ages
Cornish College of the Arts: 9 Evenings Revisited
Thomas Deuel: The Encephalophone Ensemble
BUY TICKETS HERE

EVENING 5: Tuesday, October 25, 7 pm / all ages
Kaoru Okumura and Google researchers: Butoh and DeepDream
Robin Oppenheimer: From 9 Evenings to 9e2
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EVENING 6: Wednesday, October 26, 7 pm / all ages
Curator’s walkthrough of Synaptic Lexicon, with curator Ellen Ziegler and artists
Romson Regarde Bustillo and David Rue: The Biology of Culture
Coleman Pester and //TECTONIC MARROW SOCIETY: PYLON II
BUY TICKETS HERE

EVENING 7: THERE ARE NO EVENTS AT KING STREET ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 27.
Go see Dayna Hanson & DJ Spooky this night! More info under “offsite events” at top of page.

EVENING 8: Friday, October 28, 5 pm / all ages
5 pm: The Time of the Force Majeure: Newton Harrison and Janeil Engelstad in a happy hour conversation (included as part of admission for the evening performance)
8 pm: featured performances
DXArts: Hemispheres (2016)
Gresham Lancaster, Tim Perkis, Andrew Blanton, Gagan Wig, Roger Malina: Data Stethoscope for the Brain Connectome
BUY TICKETS HERE

EVENING 9: CLOSING NIGHT COSTUME GALA: Saturday, October 29, 7 pm/ 21+ only
DXArts: Hemispheres (2016)
John Roach and company: Gene Splicing
The closing night party will also feature Ginny Ruffner & Grant Kirkpatrick’s installation Poetic Hybrids, a series of holographic, augmented reality sculptures that are activated by viewer input. Poetic Hybrids will be activated during the opening and closing night parties only, so don’t miss your chance to see it!
$45 includes 1 drink ticket / $30 early bird (no drink ticket) till 9/20
BUY TICKETS HERE

daytimes

9e2 will be open daily October 22 – 29 from 12-6 pm. Exhibit admission and daytime events $10 suggested donation. Re-admission to the exhibit is free with paid admission to any evening.

All daytime events are on the third floor of King Street Station, 303 S. Jackson St., unless otherwise noted.

Saturday October 22
12 pm: Tamiko & Midori Thiel, Brush the Sky augmented reality tour of the International District, led by artist Tamiko Thiel.

1 pm: Psyche Loui, Perception, Action, and Creativity in the Musical Brain

3 pm: Robin Oppenheimer & Julie Martin, From 9 Evenings to 9e2 (historical film screening)

Sunday October 23
11 – 12:30 pm: Machine to Be Another brunch, in partnership with TWIST360
At the Erickson Theater, 1524 Harvard Ave. Seattle, WA 98122
Free with purchase of 9e2 pass or Sunday ticket.

12 pm: Tamiko & Midori Thiel, Brush the Sky augmented reality tour of the International District, led by artist Tamiko Thiel.

4 pm: Art, Digital Divides, and Digital Integrations conversation with Susie Lee, Sabrina Roach, and John Boylan.

Friday October 28
5-7 pm: Newton Harrison & Janeil Engelstad, The Time of the Force Majeure happy hour conversation. Admission included with ticket to Friday evening performances.

Saturday October 29
12 pm: Tamiko & Midori Thiel, Brush the Sky augmented reality tour of the International District, led by artist Simon Kono.

1 – 2:30 pm: Johannes Goebel, The Politics and Mechanics of Archiving – Moving Parts, the Cloud, Magnetic Fields, and Stone.
Henry Art Gallery, 4100 15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105.
Free with reserved ticket.

4 pm: Dayna Hanson, 28 Problems
Base Studios, 6520 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
$20

 

Accessibility at King Street Station: We are committed to welcoming everyone to 9e2! King Street Station is wheelchair accessible; take the elevator up to the third floor during open hours. If you require special accommodations to access the exhibit or the performances, please contact us at contact9e2seattle at gmail dot com in advance of your visit.

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