Hello friends. Once again, I’ve been a little lax in the blogging department. All I can say at this point is I’m working my tail off on some big things, which I’ll announce as soon as I know enough to make it interesting. Meanwhile, I do hope you’ll check out some of the great things going on tonight in Seattle.
At Gallery 4Culture, Kirk Lang examines the difference between perceived and measured time, while SOIL‘s Land(e)scape provides a variety of paintings one could get lost in. And of course, tonight is the much-anticipated opening of Spite House at Lawrimore Project, co-curated by Yoko Ott and Jessica Powers. The show is going on despite a stranger-than-fiction catastrophe early yesterday morning behind the gallery, in which SuttonBeresCuller’s aptly named There Goes The Neighborhood caught fire and nearly took the back half of the gallery with it.
After the openings, I hope you’ll consider heading up to the Comet Tavern for the latest Portable Shrines happening, featuring local bands AFCGT, Arbitron, Oko Yono and Tree Tarantula. See you tonight!