Seattle Research Trip funded by Goethe Institute (29. March-22.April 2018).

Kurt Cobain’s childhood home in Aberdeen, Washington.

Kurt Cobain Memorial Park (also called Kurt Cobain Landing) is a park in Aberdeen, Washington

Kurt Cobain memorabilia shop in Aberdeen.

In the Aberdeen Museum Of History. Sitting in Cobain friend’s couch where he once crashed for a while.

Viretta Park in the Denny-Blaine neighborhood of Seattle, located to the south of the former home of Kurt Cobain, where he was found dead. The park’s bench is serving as the de facto memorial to Cobain in Seattle.

Meeting with the photographer Charles Peterson, known for depicting the rise of the Pacific Northwest underground music scene and collaborating with Sub Pop label.

Meeting with the Audio Engineer Julian Martlew and Visit to KEXP, former KCMU, and first radio station to play a Nirvana song.

Meeting and interview with Bruce Pavitt in Orcas Island, founder of Sub Pop, the record label that released Nirvana’s first Album: Bleach.

Meeting and interview with Jacob McMurray, Senior Curator from Museum of Pop Culture and curator from the exhibition: Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses and exhibition visit.

Visit to The Rocket archive (free Seattle Newspaper dedicated to document the local music scene) in MOHAI, the Museum of History and Industry.

Visit to SUB POP offices and interview to Megan Jaspers, current CEO in Sub Pop.

Meeting with Jim Tillman, bassist from The U-Men, considered one of the firsts Grunge bands from Seattle, and with Doug Day, drummer in Blood Circus (Seattle grunge band that played alongside Nirvana or Mudhoney).