One in Five
December 11, 2003 – January 24, 2004
One in Five was a 911 windows installation by Seattle artist David Nechak wherein the five front windows were conceptually integrated into one window in the mind of the viewer. Literally “puzzling” together the individual pieces into a whole, the works in each window stayed connected while maintaining their distinct identities.
Installation artist David Nechak received his M.F.A. from the University of Oregon and currently teaches art at Cornish College of the Arts. His work has been exhibited internationally, including shows and commissions with: Seattle Art Museum, Soil, Center on Contemporary Art, and Horsehead Invitationals (Seattle); Washington State Museum (Pullman); Boise Art Museum; Intersection for the Arts (San Francisco); Creative Time and Art Matters (New York); and Catalyst Art (Belfast, N. Ireland), among others.