About the Artist
Ela Lamblin (Seattle) creates kinetic-musical sculptures. He is the co-founder of Lelavision, a professional touring and teaching company combining kinetic-musical-sculpture and dance. He has received awards from King County Cultural Development Authority, including the Special Projects Grant (2000, 2002), and Jack Straw Foundation (1995-96), among others. He was selected as a Washington State Arts Commission Rural Resident in 1998-2000. Recordings include Tone Pond, Deeper Still and Raga to the River. Lamblin has toured internationally and performed at such venues as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, On the Boards, The New Genre Festival (Tulsa, OK) and Teatro Della Tosse (Genoa, Italy). In 2013 Lelavision created a piece for the One Billion Rising campaign against rape.
Ela also received GAPs in 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2001.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.