About the Artist
Neal Bashor (Seattle) received a 2005 GAP to help with research and consulting costs in the designing of a dam designed for swimming pools. Bashor’s work has recently dealt primarily with models based on pre-existing dams built along the Columbia River. Bashor has taken these models and applied them to the damming of everyday objects, such as a wine glass or bathtub. With GAP funding, the artist is now looking to create a large-scale dam installation. His pool-damming project will be the first such large-scale project and funds will go toward covering the engineering costs. This GAP award was directly funded by Artspace Seattle.
Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.