Recommended by Emily Pothast
Joseph (wahalatsu?) Seymour Jr. (Squaxin Island/Pueblo of Acoma) is a visual artist who works in glass, photography, Salish wool weaving, printmaking, wood, and rawhide drums. His work in various mediums will be on view through February 1 at the final exhibition curated by 2016 Genius Award winner Tracy Rector at Re:definition, a Native-centered art gallery located in the lobby of the Paramount Theatre. "The pervasive colonizer mentality of writing and rewriting history, to serve the needs of those in power, is a symptom of 'dis-ease' that impacts our global body," writes Rector in her curator statement. "As an act of healing, now is the time to decolonize false narratives, spaces, and our minds."