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Ann Ploeger: My Melinda

RICHARD SPEER
Saturday May 25
Pushdot
2505 SE 11th Ave., Suite 104
 
Who can forget photographer Ann Ploeger’s gory 2009 series of blood-spattered faces, aptly titled Blood? She’s up to the old horror antics again in her current show at Pushdot, My Melinda. This sublimely creepy show features a single model portraying the eponymous foxy redhead, a character in faux-horror movies drawn from Ploeger’s imagination. In photo after photo, the intrepid Melinda finds herself in danger’s path: inside a claustrophobic shower enclosure, glimpsed by a voyeur through a window at night. What harm will befall her? Can sheer pluck and great lipstick save her from impending doom? Through May 31.

 



Where: Pushdot
Phone: 224-5925
Address: 2505 SE 11th Ave., Suite 104
Website: www.pushdotstudio.com

 
 

Pushdot

2505 SE 11th Ave., Suite 104
Portland, OR
97202
 
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