Cross-disciplinary Seattle artist Kat Larson brings a unique perspective to her video “paintings” and performances, using insights gained from her practice as an alternative medicine healer. She says, “I am inspired by metaphysics, the phenomenology of space, ancestry, myth, and life and death cycles … my art work is grounded in the belief of one universal energy which flows through everything.” In conversation with Frye Museum manager of public programs Negarra A. Kudumu, Larson will talk about her investigations into her own ancestry, mythology, and the structure of natural cycles, and how these concepts are expressed in her striking imagery.
Presented by: Gage Academy of Art and Town Hall as a part of our Arts & Culture series.
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