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Melissa Kagerer: Museum of the Irrational Self

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Mount Analogue Pioneer Square
March 1–25, Thursdays–Sundays

Free

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Recommended by Emily Pothast

Photographer Melissa Kagerer's self-portraits are colorful, dramatic, and odd. In one image, her face is covered with tiny scorpion tattoos and her mouth is stuffed with a yellow plastic chain. In another, she's positioned in front of a leopard print background wearing an ill-fitting wig and braces. Kagerer's work deals with the ambiguity of self-curation. By choosing what we decide to display and what we keep hidden, we are constantly creating and presenting cultivated images that only tell part of the story. The Museum of the Irrational Self invites the viewer into Kagerer's world of fantasy and awkwardness—braces and all.

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Mount Analogue

300 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104
Hours: Thurs-Sun noon-6 pm
http://www.mount-analogue.com

Venue Hours
  • Thurs-Sun noon-6 pm
Event Times
This event is in the past.
  • March 1–25, Thursdays–Sundays