Vin Hill

artist, technologist


Double Vision

Double Vision at Velocity Dance Center

Local artists Tara Dyberg and Ashleigh Miller co-present two evenings of Dance, Music, and Multimedia at Velocity Dance Center. Through original choreography by directors Dyberg & Miller, musical composition by Barry Sebastian and Miller, and graphic designs by Vincent Hill and Miller, the evening weaves through it’s program compiled of dual visions from the two choreographers.

About "Double Vision" ‐ The performances are a split bill, divided in near equal halves with Miller opening the show, and Dyberg closing. Two separate works with two performance topics are showcased by each choreographer, thus the doubled visions of Dyberg/Miller. One topic tackles the ever-emerging complications of our finding and maintaining a balance of mental health, the other serves as a lens to peer through, looking at youths today and their relationships to themselves and the world they live in. This double-take on subject matters is similarly expressed through the shared movement styles and choreographic approaches of Dyberg/Miller, producing a fresh and contemporary evening of dance and film. The lending of separate art mediums in collaboration with one another has the combined effect of a seamless evening of dance, music and projections that stands as representation of the emerging talent and diversity of working artists in Seattle.

Dance interpreters: Lucie Baker, Tara Dyberg, Kim Holloway, Ashleigh Miller, Mariko Nagashima, Claire Mitchell, Hannah Reitsma, Katie McEwen

POSTGLAMISM: Glam Art in the 21st Century


From May 15 to August 1, 2014, CoCA will present the 24th Annual celebrating this year's theme, PostGlamism: Glam Art in the 21st Century.

Seattle's Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) will present the 24th annual juried exhibition, PostGlamism: Glam Art in the 21st Century. Each year, CoCA curators invite an independent juror to select the work from among the entries received, and is proud to have Michael Sweney as the 2014 juror. Sweney currently serves as Manager for the Art in Public Places Program with the Washington State Arts Commission.

The exhibition features the work of 14 artists who embrace and glorify the concept of PostGlamism pop culture and history through a mastery of mediums in both small and large scale including: neon, glass, painting, photography, interactive video installation, found objects and performance.

2014 Annual artists are: Karen Clark (CA), Dixie Darling (WA), Christian French (WA), Jeff Gerber (WA), Troy Gua (WA), Vin Hill (WA), Virginia Jenkins (WA), Lauren Kalman (MI), Rebecca Maxim (WA), Lindsay McCoy (WA), Dylan Neuwirth (WA), Hadley Northrop (CA), Matthew D. Rowe (WA), and Glenn Tramantano (WA).

Opening Night Artists' Reception Thursday, May 15, 5pm – 9pm Seattle Design Center
5701 Sixth Avenue South, Suite 258, Seattle, WA 98108

With music, beverages, tasty snacks and lots of bling in the PostGlam Lounge (designed by Ray C. Freeman, III) and a special interactive installation. Juror awards will be announced at 7pm.

You are encouraged to become part of the art: come dressed to impress.

PostGlamism is made possible with generous support from: 4Culture, Allied Arts Foundation, Sky River Mead, Juniper Flowers, CoCA members, volunteers and donors.

!watching at Slingshot 2014

!watching was selected to exhibit at Slingshot Festival 2014 in Athens, GA. The piece will be installed in the foyer of the Morton Theater. One of the first, and the oldest surviving African-American built, owned, and operated vaudeville theatres in the United States, the Morton Theatre opened in 1910 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

SLINGSHOT takes over downtown Athens, Georgia March 19-22, 2014. Spread over 4 city blocks, SLINGSHOT spotlights international, national, and local acts on stage, boundary pushing artworks throughout the urban environment, and a tech conference with leading innovators.