Supporting the community with opportunity

Mokedo was a gallery & creative event space that I opened and ran from 2016-2018. But she is also much more than just a art space. 
Mokedo was a safe haven for sound lovers and light makers.
Mokedo spread happiness in bulk through light, sound and allowing the community around these arts to flourish in a safe environment.
Mokedo was a special and unique space that closed due to the landlord wanting to sell the loft space. 
RIP Mokedo. You were loved by so many!
 
Since opening the doors in Oct 2016 Mokedo was been able to support more than 200 artists through events, workshops, festivals, and art shows. Many of these art forms, like light art and ambient or noise from live modulars, are not regularly accessible to the general public and lack avenues to showcase their work. Mokedo provided opportunities for these unique artists show their work, share their knowledge and connect with their community through exhibits, workshops, meet ups, and other networking events. 
Mokedo sourced teachers from the community and it's peer based skill share model provided a relaxed atmosphere and the opportunity for artists to share their knowledge in a safe space.
I lost count of how many events happened at Mokedo, but some weeks there were 4-5 events and there was an almost event every weekend for the entire two years it was open. 
 
The artists list provided below is not a complete list of all the artists supported, but shows the vast amount and range of artists I was able to support with my gallery space.  Many of these events were intimate gatherings that allowed the artists to connect more directly with the audience and visa vera.
I was incredibly lucky to have had such a talented roster of artists flow through Mokedo, and it couldn't have been done without some of the amazing guest curators in Seattle such as Secondnature, Modular On the Spot, Sweatbox, Isis Women's Arts, Grounded, Shameless Productions, and many others. Thank you!
 



 

Artists supported

Aaron Othiem

Adlib

alex flores

Alyssa Anne

Anatomecha

anastasia kristensen

Aos

Archivist

Arson Nicki

Artifakt

Aurora Halal

Axkan

Ben Von Wildenhaus

bihn

Bill Converse

black water stars

bpmf

Bradley Millington

Brooke Borcherding

Carl Farrow

cathartech

CCL

Chris Davis

Ciel

Cindy Reichel

Crystal Beth

Ctrl Alt Dlt

Cyanwave

D. Tiffany

d.dan

Dane Garfeild Wilson

Dark Side of the Tune

Delepathy

Derek Plaslaiko

diagraf

Dj Manos

Dj Shmee Jay

Donald Crunk

Dorisburg
ed beier

Eddie Fowlkes

Electrosect

ellem

Eric Cloutier

Eugene Fauntelroy

Everett Leftside

Face Culler
Fred P

Gabrielle Abbott

Gail Gruber

Gel-Sol

Hanssen

Høltech

Horsewithoneleg

Infideltek

Infradead

Isis Women's Arts

Ital

J-Justice

J. Mari Clarkmoore

Jane Fitz

Jason Goessl

Jennifer Bacon

Jessica Levey

Jessica Vorheis

Joel pryde

John L Rice

Jonathon Wakuda

Jonathon Womack

Joyce Liao

juice-e

Juju and Jordash

Julie Herrera

Kafka

Kangding Ray

Karl Meier

Katie Kapugi

Katy Brown

Killing Frenzy

Kirsten Dalen

Kristjian - Kinjo

Kyle Hola

Kyle Swisher

leo leal

Limanjaya

Liquid Light Wizard

LVT

Marcell Marias

Mark Henrickson

mary coss

Melmann

melodie

Mexican Gourd Trick

Micheal Manahan

Mike Jedlicka

Minhi Winkempleck

Miss Shelrawka

Monster Planet

Mood Organ

Mr. Projectile

Murdoc

Mz ArTiz

Nancy Dru

Naveen Khan

Neel

Nick Bartoletti

Nick caroll

Nikki Frumkin

Noisepoetnobody

Orqid

Oshana

Paul Fleetwood

Pulling Out the Light

QoQo Roboqs

Raica

Randy Jones

recess 

Remelisa Cullitan

Robin McQuay

Roddimus

Salome Mc

Santiago Salazar

Scott Keva James

Segue

Shamay Thomas

Sharon Meixsell

Shawn Rudiman

Shaun Witcher

Sheeba Marie

Simic

Simone

Smash TV

Solenoid

Sone

spacefiller

Succubass

Swift-Tuttle

T.wan

Taryn McGovern

The Automatic Message

The OO-Ray

Tobias

Treehead

Trina Cooper

US-41

Vincent Neumann

Vj Kaizen

Vj Tasara

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