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Sarah Carlson

April 6th - May 1st, 2016
Opening Reception: April 7th, 7-9pm 


Sarah Carlson Graven Feather Toronto Art Studio Gallery
Sarah Carlson Graven Feather Toronto Art Gallery Studio

More than something to be mapped and defined, the ReWilding exhibition positions the Canadian landscape as a site for questioning and (re)imaginging relationships between humans and the natural world. Sarah Carlson blursSpatial boundaries are creates new liminal environments for both human and non-human animals within her immersive paintings. These large-scale works layer organic, topographic and painterly figurations with geometric, linear and synthetic forms. As pictorial depth varies and layers pass into each other’s realm, their interactions become interchangeable and a hybrid interface for relating to space is facilitated. For the artist, these shapes simultaneously articulate both an interruption with the natural and a pathway of interconnection. This symbolic crossroads for physical and mystical journeying underscores nature’s powerful ability to reclaim and our vulnerability as a species if we don’t re-establish corridors with the natural.


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