Virginia Hungate Hawk: What is Visible, What is Imagined

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Tue - Sat, through Jul 30, 11 am - 5:30 pm
Davidson Galleries Pioneer Square (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
Free
All Ages
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Local artist Virginia Hungate-Hawk explores humanity's interest in cartography in this exhibition, looking closely at the invisible divides and false constructs we've created throughout history to justify identity, war, and worldview. Hungate-Hawk's etchings serve as abstracted maps, with fluid, overlapping forms that contradict the static nature of maps as we know them.

Davidson Galleries

313 Occidental Ave S Seattle, Washington 98104 Venue website

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