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Harriet Salmon

TRYING TO SEE WHAT THE ANIMALS SEE

April 4th - May 31, 2024

About the Show

The exhibition features a collection of works by Seattle-based artist Harriet Salmon, including sculpture, drawing, photography, installation, and weaving.

Salmon's work explores our relationship with nature and the environment, often incorporating traditional craft techniques to interweave elements of the natural world with human consumption and manipulation. Through her art, Salmon invites viewers to consider the world from the perspective of animals, challenging us to see beyond our human-centric viewpoint.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Harriet Salmon

Harriet Salmon is a multi-talented individual who wears many hats in the art world. Not only is she an artist herself, creating works in sculpture, drawing, photography, installation, and weaving, but she is also a gallerist, podcast host, and producer. Alongside her partner, Jesse Penridge, she co-founded Heroes gallery, where they curate dynamic visual conversations between contemporary artists and historical art. Additionally, through her Craftsmanship podcast, Harriet delves into the technical skill and expertise found in the contemporary art world, sharing the oral histories of fabricators.

Harriet Salmon
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