ArtXchange Pioneer Square
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Continues through April 29 2017
Lauren Iida's large papercut works are often dizzyingly intricate, with figures, scenes, trinkets, and patterns crammed side-by-side, sometimes overlapping. They're called "memory nets," and they wrap together aspects of her life, from time spent in Seattle to time spent in Cambodia. Other examples of her papercut works are more repetitive and/or focused, with the emphasis on a single scene or object.