‘Loose Leaf’

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1
This is the best show I've seen in Seattle for quite some time. The collaboration between Finneyfrock and Smith is delightful. Like Finneyfrock's poem the visual art captures a delicate balance between pious sincerity and whimsical defiant humor. From custom made personalized nike shoes, to vintage salt photography prints to helium balloons urging "don't look back" this is a must see. The visualization of Lots wife turning to look back, her nude figure slowly becoming a pillar of salt, and finally a defiant conclusion with "fuck you, Lot" is a poetic and appropriate companion to Finneyfrock's original text. I enjoyed the show thoroughly.
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This is the best show I've seen in Seattle for quite some time. The collaboration between Finneyfrock and Smith is delightful. Like Finneyfrock's poem the visual art captures a delicate balance between pious sincerity and whimsical defiant humor. From custom made personalized nike shoes, to vintage salt photography prints to helium balloons urging "don't look back" this is a must see. The visualization of Lots wife turning to look back, her nude figure slowly becoming a pillar of salt, and finally a defiant conclusion with "fuck you, Lot" is a poetic and appropriate companion to Finneyfrock's original text. I enjoyed the show thoroughly. You can hear the poem here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a62qA7oDU…
3
Dan Smith, you are the salt of the earth.

You finally have gotten to do something with your preoccupation with the Morton Salt Girl.