Frye Art Museum First Hill
Jan 25–April 19, Tuesdays–Sundays, 11 am–5 pm All Ages
Inspired by trash-strewn fishing nets or organs in a network of tissue, Brewer creates large "scrims" of wet-felted wool on silk gauze to create dreamy, acidy, tapestry-like swathes that resemble diaphanous abstract paintings. The museum is also hanging her embossed enamel monoprints in resin frames. The title of the show refers to the humans-versus-nature subgenre of horror movies (we're thinking Annihilation). Drift among images that lie somewhere between plant microbiology and the upwellings of the visual unconscious.