A new art exhibit featuring video performances, video stills and miniature sculptures by Northwest artist Kat Larson, “Ursa Major and the Slow Decline” opened recently. Kat’s concepts of death and rebirth to life experiences using video, the body, and found organic objects as her medium.
“Ursa Major and the Slow Decline” reflects the artist’s struggle with female identity and reconciles her relationship with her father, who passed away 15 years ago. “His death created an excess of masculine energy within me, and Ursa Major is an exercise to heal that by boldly calling all the feminine energy I can,” said Larson.
The crowd gathered like moths to a flame, drawn in by the captivating art, Dj’s spinnin rare grooves on 45′s, open wine bar…Kat x Pun(c)tuation definitely knows how to throw a gallery opening.