Martyr Sauce X Kenji Stoll
Staying true to her larger-than-life whimsical installations, artist and curator Tariqa Waters has expanded Martyr Sauce into a pop art museum MS PAM! Her new innovative chapter will commission artists in collaborative works facilitating transformative and immersive experiences through public engagement. Currently exhibiting multidisciplinary artists Kenji Stoll and 9 Coleman-Harvey.
Kenji Hamai Stoll is a visual artist based in Tacoma, Washington. Stoll has an interest and focus in public art, large scale murals, design, and community development. To learn more about Kenji's work and practice visit here.
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DJ 9 is a multidisciplinary visual artist and musician. 9's new works combine his hand-drawn animation with his genre-merging DJ sets. As an emerging visual artist, 9’s collaborative contributions have exhibited at the Crowd Within- 2020 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition, The Paramount Theatre and on the cover of The Stranger’s 2016 “Back to School” issue. As a monthly KEXP 90.TEEN host and the resident DJ at, Martyr Sauce Pop Art Museum, 9’s innovative playlists break cultural norms and push boundaries merging musical genres in unexpected ways.