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in the empty space of your absence (I planted a garden)

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this piece was part of a solo exhibition I had entitled "in all forms, love is reshaped."

Driven by emotion, the paintings presented explore the continuous reshaping of love and the transient sharing of space, both physically and emotionally, within intimate relationships. The capturing of a moment is symbolically framed by distinct peripheral spaces along the painting’s edge. These marginal spaces become a way to ruminate on the transformations that take place when moving from one emotional space into another, as well as the charged energy inherent in spaces of transition

30" x 40" x 1"

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Katrina Jurjans

Katrina Jurjans

Katrina graduated from Concordia University in 2014 with a BFA in Studio Art and Art History. In her last year of studies, she became increasingly fascinated with spatial theory and in particular spaces of transition and notions of ephemerality, memory, transformation and emotionality. Manifesting i, ... View full profile

Toronto , Ontario
Partial artist since 2018

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