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Artopia In Georgetown Strikes Again, Part 1

I’m sad to say that this was my first year attending Artopia in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, but I now wholeheartedly back the event, which is full of shenanigans, music, and of course, art. And to my pleasant surprise, a lot of installation art — which is relatively lacking in Seattle. To the unacquainted, Georgetown is...Read...
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John Cederquist – Conservation Chair

Easiest my favorite piece from the deYoung Museum is John Cederquist‘s Conservation Chair, created in 1998. This thing was absolutely mind-blowing, and it was definitely interesting to hear an intelligent 8 year old girl (who was later reprimanded by her mother for asking what a “rave” was) give her analysis about the great perspective used...Read...
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Artist Xchange & Dave Crosland in San Francisco

The first of many San Francisco art posts to come in this upcoming week! This is at the Artist Xchange in San Francisco’s Mission District (3169 16th St., San Francisco, CA, 94103). View more art on their website, artist-xchange.com, and if you’re an independent Bay Area musician, you can even submit your music to their...Read...
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A REDEFINE Community Art Project

Hey Seattlites! If you have been dying to contribute to REDEFINE, now’s your chance. Starting this weekend, you will find pieces of paper on posts throughout Seattle. These pieces of paper have an empty outline of a square on them, come with an attached pencil, and are rain-proofed by packing tape. Your mission, should you...Read...
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Victimless Jacket at MoMA… ew?

Uhhhh. This jacket, shown at the MoMA, was made of stem cells from mice and was fed nutrients. It died after five days due to some complication (they had to pull the plug). Yes, it is alive. Or I guess I should say WAS. Since it’s dead. More details here.
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