Interstitial functions as space between the studio and the commercial gallery for artists to explore ideas related to the creation and consumption of new media. LOCATED IN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (6007 12TH AVE S 3RD FLOOR) AND OPEN SATURDAYS FROM 12-7PM.


CHATROOM WAs an in-person forum about how the internet has changed art, with a specific topic each time. Artists, thinkers, non-artists, and non-thinkers come together each edition to tackle the fundamental questions around art and its relationship to broader society. CHATROOM IS ORGANIZED BY MINH NGUYEN, PRODUCED BY CLAIRE BUZZ WITH WEB DEVELOPMENT BY Bobby Azarbayejani


Founded in 2001, bitforms gallery represents established, mid-career, and emerging artists critically engaged with new technologies. Spanning the rich history of media art through its current developments, the gallery’s program offers an incisive perspective on the fields of digital, internet, time-based, and new media art forms. 

Supporting and advocating for the collection of ephemeral, time-based, and digital art works since its founding, bitforms gallery artists are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Modern, London; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.; the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Center for Art and Media (ZKM), Karlsruhe; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, among other institutions internationally.

Post vision

Post Vision is a Global Art collective inspired by and connected with the infinite possibilities of the internet. Using mainly 3D art, Their Artwork revolves around similar themes and they're slowly expanding Their practices into other forms of media including photography and sculpture. Post Vision as a collective aims to tether the artist back to the work created, reversing the trend of modern-day viral culture where the attachment of a name to work can be extremely difficult because of the current digital landscape. 


9e2 draws together artists, engineers, and scientists from across the United States, as well as from Seattle’s art community, technology companies, and schools. We highlight and celebrate Seattle’s place as a center for creativity and exploration of new technologies, build connections between artists, scientists, and the community, and commemorate a half-century of the artistic traditions engendered by the original 9 Evenings. At the same time, we expect 9e2 to leave a forward-looking legacy: new work, new bonds between artists and technologists, new ways of looking at and using technology, and a new awareness of the interconnections between science, technology, and art.

More on the history of 9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering here.

localHost Gallery

Established in 2016, localhost is a space dedicated to experiments in contemporary art. The gallery is not limited by typical constraints, because it exists inside Minecraft. For each exhibition, the gallery is rebuilt to create a unique viewing experience. We are especially dedicated to creating exhibitions which confront urgent and important contemporary issues.

Localhost is a term used in computer networking, which is used to reference back to the source computer. The gallery has taken its name, a bit paradoxically, from this term to illustrate the idea that guests can visit the space from their own computers - the gallery comes to the viewer.

To visit the gallery please see the location page.
Follow them on Instagram! @localhost_gallery
Localhost is owned and operated by Drew Nikonowicz

Fearless 360º

fearless360º is a collective of artists, educators, media makers and agitators who are working to make the Silicon Rainforest, in the Pacific Northwest, the center for what it means to be human. their niche in the XR space is informed by their backgrounds as educators and award winning media makers, and their approach to technology as artists, where content drives the tools.  they're inspired by the potential of interdisciplinary, immersive and expanded media to round out binaries, create new spaces for meeting and connection, to solve artistic and social problems, and to help us understand what is uniquely human in a time in which machines and machine intelligence increasingly shape our lives.  Guided by a commitment to “XR For Everyone”, they work with artists, technologists, schools, libraries, arts and culture organizations, city government, and business, to produce showcases, incubators and educational programming to bring immersive experiences to general audiences. 

facebook AIR Program

The Artist in Residence Program is Facebook's on-site art initiative. The program brings in a diverse range of artists to work on campus alongside employees as a means to energize, inspire, and challenge the community. facebook values the contagious nature of creative production and the connection made when witnessing a work in progress. Bringing in relevant art projects to the campus reinforces their ideal work environment and encourages original thinking.

shunpike - storefronts

A program of Shunpike, Storefronts activates empty storefronts, underutilized urban spaces, and blank windows by placing art installations in these spaces; creating vitality, light, and neighborhood engagement in otherwise overlooked areas of our streetscapes. many of which occupy spaces in south lake union, where amazon's headquarters are located.

Through the Storefronts program, interactive, kinetic new media works, drawings directly on window glass, installations made of adhesive vinyl, projected video installations, ceramic sculptures, suspended illuminated works, and even a 26’ sailplane, have been showcased in temporary storefront exhibitions in otherwise empty spaces.

outside artists using tech

Artsy's technology section
trisha baga
David Hockney
Yuri Pattison
Selcuk Artut