Sarah Sands Phillips: Eye Rhymes
November 12 – December 5
GHC is pleased to present Sarah Sands Phillips solo exhibition, Eye Rhymes.
Link to accompanying exhibition essay ‘love’s moves’ by Heather White.
An eye rhyme happens when two words look the same but are pronounced differently, as with love and cove. Eye Rhymes is an exhibition that explores similar moments of twinship, divergence, and deception that occur through material.
Sarah Sands Phillips (b. 1984, Toronto, Canada) received her BFAH at Queen’s University, Kingston, majoring in studio art and art history. She has a multidisciplinary practice, exploring a variety of mediums and modes of image making as a deliberate strategy in understanding form. Investigating ideas around beauty and decay, she is interested in reviving objects, working through the inherent restrictions and limitations of found materials to unveil renewed forms. She has been awarded Emerging Artist grants from both the Ontario Arts Council (2013) and the Toronto Arts Council (2014). Recent exhibitions include Compositions at General Hardware Contemporary, It Was There at Videofag, and Proof 22 at Gallery 44. Sands Phillips currently lives and works in Toronto.
Supported by: The Toronto Arts Council
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