EXHIBITIONS

"Truth is not a sentence," Blurred,
Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), Seattle, Washington.

Spaceboat TV @ EMP
January 11, 2002 – Experience Music Project's Sky Church (Seattle)
http://www.intonarumori.com/performances.html

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

Work in Progress,
911 Artist in Residence, 2001.
http://www.911media.org/artists/past-residents

New Media Gallery
Artist in Residence, 2003.
http://www.jackstraw.org/programs/mediagallery/iole04.html

PROJECTS

Capitol Hill Library
New artwork acquired for development for the New Capitol Hill Library.
Sample portfolio of previous work by Iole Alessandrini on the Seattle Public Library: Building a New Capitol Hill Library.
Seattle Public Library, Seattle, Washington.
http://www.spl.org/locations/capitol-hill-branch/cap-about-the-branch

Aqua Pura Vista
www.iole.org/APV/index.html

Alley24Art
www.iole.org/A24A/index.html

LECTURES

Iole Alessandrini,
http://depts.washington.edu/lablunch/RE-Press.html

Shelter
Richard Hugo House, Seattle, Washington, October 2-3, 2002.

Architecture for Video Art
June 1996, 911 Media Arts Center, Seattle, Washington.

Art and Activism
Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, Washington.

PRESS

SCCTV
http://www.scctv.net/original-programming/artwork/59-in-house-productions/55-artwork

"Architects become sleuths of space in CoCA exhibit,"
by Sheri Olson, special to The Post-Intelligencer, August 23, 2002, Seattle, Washington.
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/visualart/83826_blurred23q.shtml

"Work in Progress," by Iole Alessandrini.
Artdish – Puget Sound's Forum of Visual Art, March 2002.

"Murky / Beautiful, Finding a Higher Power at First Christian Church,"
by Emily Hall, The Stranger, December 6, 2001, Seattle, Washington.
http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/Content?oid=9479

De Hoeksteen Live!

"Work in Progress"
Alessandrini is 911 Media Arts Center's current Artist in Residence
http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/visual-arts-listings/Content?oid=9403

NAMAC

Blurred
http://www.artscope.net/NEWS/new07302002-3.shtml

Teaching Light, Marietta Millet
http://www.iaeel.org/IAEEL/Archive/
Right_Light_Proceedings/Proceedings_body/BOK4/RL42mill.pdf

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"Mediterraneo sacro"
http://www.rett.unict.it/stampa/Ra2002/Feb/Ra020213/stampa/sud2.htm

"Video design points ballet in an inventive direction"
by R.M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, February 2, 2002, Seattle, Washington.
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/classical/56735_pnb02q.shtml

ART SITES

Artdish – northwest forum on visual art
http://www.artdish.com

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