On view through July 10, 2016
Imagined Futures:
Science Fiction, Art, and Artifacts from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection
Drawn from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection, Imagined Futures explores the visualization of new space frontiers through works of art by modern masters of the speculative and fantastic. Combining the mysterious worlds of the imagination with the hard realities of technology, and engineering, these artists take the majesty and wonder of the universe as their inspiration, addressing the challenges of imagining the multiple realities of the unknown.
The Figure In Process
Assembly of the moonships 1,075 miles above the Hawaiian Islands: Chesley Bonestell, 1952.
Courtesy of Bonestell LLC.
Imagined Futures features works by Chesley Bonestell, Fred Freeman, John Berkey, Jim Burns, Don Dixon, Bob Eggleton, Chris Foss, Fred Gambino, Ron Miller, Ludek Pesek, Richard Powers, Alex Schomburg, and Tim White, alongside, for the first time, works from other artists inspired by the visualization of the unknown; Ansel Adams, Max Ernst, Robert Longo, René Magritte, Simon Norfolk, Thomas Ruff, and Thomas Struth. In partnership with the Flying Heritage Collection and Living Computer Museum, Imagined Futures will also include artifacts from the history of rocketry and computing.

In our Auxiliary Gallery, we present an installation by Kristina Estell and David Bowen that can transport the viewer across the universe. Titled voyager one, it is created from custom software used to visualize the current location of the Voyager 1 space probe, launched by NASA in 1977.

Curated by Benedict Heywood.

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Upcoming Events
All programming takes place at Pivot Art + Culture or the Allen Institute Auditorium. Please check in at the front desk in the foyer of Pivot Art + Culture

Curatorial Tours
Imagined Futures with curator Ben Heywood
Every Wednesday
12.30 – 1.30 pm

About Pivot Art + Culture
Pivot Art + Culture is a 3,000-square-foot concept space located on the ground floor of the newly constructed Allen Institute building in the heart of Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. It is part of Vulcan Inc. and Paul G. Allen’s mission to make art accessible to the public.

Visit Pivot Art + Culture
Tuesday - Sunday
10 AM - 6 PM

10 AM - 8 PM

Note: Closing at 4pm Friday, June 24, for a private event.
609 Westlake Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98109

T 206 342-2710

E info@pivotartandculture.org

Daily Admission $5, Events included with purchase of admission

Parking is available in the Allen Institute Parking Garage located on Broad St and 9th Ave N




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