Somewhere between both places relates to windows and colour gradients as places of transition – being both inside and outside, one colour and another. Echoing the language of window display, hand painted fabrics hang on a wooden structure in *QueenSpecific’s tall narrow window, the gradual colour shifts mimicking the passing of the day.
Sarah Nasby is an artist working primarily in sculpture and drawing. She received an MFA from NSCAD University and a BA from the University of Guelph. Her work has been shown recently in Taking [a] part at Mercer Union, Toronto (2014); Who's Afraid of Purple, Orange and Green? at the Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina (2014); Without Words at Art Metropole, Toronto (2013); What you call Space is really nothing but a vast Plane at Diaz Contemporary, Toronto (2013); and Just a Feeling at Convenience Gallery, Toronto (2012). Her work is in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives. She lives and works in Toronto and would like to acknowledge the support of the Ontario Arts Council.
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