Pete's Pool Sound and Video Installation

July 12-19,1997

by Dan Senn

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Betty Brown
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For many years Pete's Pool was a focal point of social activity for the people of the Enumclaw Plateau. Within its cold, cold, cold water, people from towns and farms alike were united in a community of fun and fellowship created by Pete Chorak's imagination and entrepreneurship. Now, on a grant from the King County Arts Commission Hotel-Motel Tax, and with the support of the Enumclaw Arts Commission, the stories and poems of this bygone time have been collected for presentation in an installation of video and sound by Washington State artist Dan Senn. The exhibition will be located in the stand of large trees where Pete's Pool once bubbled and feature Plateau residents speaking on video amidst Senn's sounding sculptures.
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