Recommended by Emily Pothast
Henry Art Gallery is showing the first retrospective of Seattle/New York artist Doris Totten Chase (1923–2008). Chase started out as a painter and sculptor—one of the few women associated with the Northwest School. In 1968, she shot a video of dancers interacting with her sculptures, and soon she was using Boeing's computer imaging technology to produce early and influential computer-generated video art. Chase lived and worked in New York during the 1970s and ’80s, and today her video and film works are in the collection of MoMA. Now is your chance to see them in the other city Chase called home.