King Street Station

303 S. Jackson Street, Seattle WA 98104
Enter via the plaza off of Jackson Street; venue is on the third floor.
Open exhibit hours 12 – 6 pm daily, Saturday October 22 – Saturday October 29

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 email contact9e2seattle at gmail dot com in advance of your visit.



Cornish College of the Arts
Main Campus Center

1000 Lenora Street, Seattle WA 98121
7th Floor gallery: Geraldine Ondrizek, The Origins of Biometric Data
Opening reception on Monday, October 17 6-7:30 pm.

Henry Art Gallery

Map and directions
Johannes Goebel, The Politics and Mechanics of Archiving-Moving Parts, the Cloud, Magnetic Fields, and Stone. Goebel, Director of the Experimental Media and Performing Art Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will speak about “documents, the volatility of bits, and a system to preserve them.”
Saturday, October 29, 1 pm

Base Studios

6520 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Driving / transit directions
Dayna Hanson, 28 Problems
October 26-29

Benaroya Hall

200 University Street, Seattle WA 98101
DJ Spooky, The Hidden Code
Thursday, October 27


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