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Jose Villa pastes a photo of local artist Isamu Jordan during the Sunday installation of "Maddness," a local art exhibit addressing the stigma of mental illness. It will be on display indefinitely at Boots Bakery & Lounge in downtown Spokane. Part of the international "Inside Out" project, the "Maddness" exhibit was in part inspired by the death of Jordan, who committed suicide last year.

click to enlarge Organizers Susan Jane Hall, left, and Adrienne Belnap hold a photograph of Curtis. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Organizers Susan Jane Hall, left, and Adrienne Belnap hold a photograph of Curtis.

click to enlarge Organizer Susan Jane Hall, left, and volunteer Jose Villa paste a photograph of Laura onto a wall. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Organizer Susan Jane Hall, left, and volunteer Jose Villa paste a photograph of Laura onto a wall.

click to enlarge Organizer Susan Jane Hall, left, and volunteer Jose Villa paste a photograph of Laura onto a wall. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Organizer Susan Jane Hall, left, and volunteer Jose Villa paste a photograph of Laura onto a wall.

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