Seattle street artists No Touching Ground, NKO, and Dan Hawkins crafted a tomb project last year, which was a “case study in the archeology of memory.”

CLICK HERE TO READ JEN GRAVES’ ARTICLE IN THE STRANGER ABOUT THE PROJECT.

That particular project was a bit hidden to the public, but the three artists now want to work together with the ever-supportive 4culture to recreate this installation in a way that is accessible and open to the public. The New Mystics were previously behind projects like the Bridge Motel, the Belmont, Moore: Inside Out, and the Corner: 23rd & Union, so if you enjoyed those pieces of public art, please think about donating to their Kickstarter campaign. The goal is to collect $2,000 for the public installation, which will be made live on April 4th, 2011 at Gallery 4Culture (101 Prefontaine Place S., Seattle, WA).

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