Although frequently referred to as “disposable” in our society, objects often predate and outlast us, continually cycling through owners and contexts over time. Museums, junk shops, curio cabinets, auctions, and collections all serve as sites that help to define the narratives and emotions that we bring to our things. Anissa Mack takes this flow of objects and images as inspiration in her sculptures, installations, and performances and will spend her residency at the lumber room integrating her work within Portland’s collection of objects.
Sept. 10 – Sept. 19 . Every Day, 12 – 6:30 pm
Sept. 23 – Oct 17 . Thurs – Fri . 12 – 6:30 pm; Sat – Sun . 12 – 4 pm