Subspontaneous: Francesca Lohmann and Rob Rhee

Every day, from Oct 16 - Jan 4
Frye Art Museum First Hill
This is an in-person event
Free
Seattle-based artists Francesca Lohmann and Rob Rhee probe the boundaries between "the natural and the manufactured" with sculptures based on the concept of subspontaneous plant species, which spread through human meddling but continue to flourish without further help. Both artists experiment with unpredictability in their processes, like Lohmann's sprouting potatoes, moldy sausage casings, and liquid plaster sculptures hardened in woven fabric bags and tubes, or Rhee's gourds grown in welded steel receptacles.

The Frye Art Museum is planning to open in mid-October; the start date listed here is an approximation. When the museum does reopen, Jasmyne Keimig reports that they plan on implementing an online timed ticketing system to adhere to the new 25 percent capacity guidelines (which works out to about 50 people allowed in at one time).

Frye Art Museum

704 Terry Ave Seattle, WA 98104 Venue website

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