Repetition Suppression

This event is in the past
Sat, through Feb 27, 12 - 3 pm
Specialist Pioneer Square (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
Seattle artist Natalie Krick's photographic works slice and reconfigure bodies in suggestive ways, pulling the viewer into her beautifully saturated and colorful pieces. Her photos best reflect the experience of being a woman and being seen: fragmented, pieced together, more than the sum of our parts. There's an elusive sensuality to her work that subverts expectation. In her show, Repetition Suppression, Krick plays around with the idea of the femme fatale from Hollywood crime melodramas of the '40s and '50s, crafting mysterious and alluring figures in each photo. The exhibition title alludes to a phenomenon called repetition suppression, a reduced neural response observed when certain stimuli are presented more than once. It's an acknowledgment of the femme fatale as a now-common trope of an unknowable, ambiguous woman. by Jasmyne Keimig
Open by appointment. 
Read the full review here. by Jasmyne Keimig


300 S Washington St Seattle, WA 98104 Venue website