It's freaky-deaky at the Frye right now. In addition to the leeches and ether machines featured in an exhibition devoted to the contemporary Seattle performance artists Implied Violence (Stranger Genius Award winners), there is another show, Séance, of early 20th-century paintings by Swiss-born occultist Albert von Keller. A girl suddenly develops the stigmata, a hypnotized arm dangles in midair, ectoplasm hovers, the dead are raised. Von Keller layers his scenes by blurring and sharpening focus, and by changing paint-handling techniques from one inch to the next across a canvas. It's a weird world in there. (Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, 622-9250, 11 am–5 pm, free)