Ribbon of Light: Culmination of the AIDS Memorial Pathway
Address: 920 E Barbara Bailey Way, Seattle, WA 98122
Date & Time: Thursday, June 30. 8 PM – 9 PM
Gather with artist Horatio Law to celebrate the installation of the artwork “Ribbon of Light”, the final artwork installed as part of The AIDS Memorial Pathway (AMP).
Hear brief remarks from Horatio, Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center, and the Office of Arts and Culture. Enjoy some light entertainment and see the AMP in its completion. See you there!
Horatio Hung-Yan Law was born in Hong Kong to Chinese parents and moved to the US at age 16. With this multi-cultural background, he has developed an artistic practice whose subjects include the Chinese immigrant’s experience, reinterpretations of cultural icons, trans-cultural adoptions, the Iraq War, and the current culture of consumption. His work often tackles weighty subjects with ephemeral and unexpected materials, creating quiet, conflicting, meditative, and evocative works.
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway uses public art and technology to create a place for remembrance and reflection in Seattle about the AIDS epidemic. Learn more and download the AMP app with augmented reality features at theamp.org
See the Art Beat Blog by the Office of Arts & Culture for more details.