grass taps

An exhibition of new works by University of Guelph MFA candidates


Andrew Maize, grass (2021) intaglio print

Alicia Barbieri, sophia bartholomew, Yan Wen Chang, Rihab Essayh, Megan Feniak, Ella Gonzales, Meghan Harder, Chantal Khoury, Andrew Maize, Emmanuel Osahor, Meg Ross, Michael Thompson, Kelly Uyeda, Connie Wilson

Criss-crossing temporary tattoo imprint of the cool dirt and the dusk that’s tangled between your fingers splayed absent-mindedly and tugging on the small blades of grass underfoot while talking. When you stand up to finally walk home you leave behind a dimple, cavern-like in the grass, together with a measurable but as of yet unknown percentage of your body’s heat leaked out from all of the lingering over last words, the limbs sprawled against the ground for hours and leaning towards each other, the air left behind from breathing.

August 2 – 28, 2021

the plumb
1655 Dufferin St. (basement), Toronto

Opening hours:
Fridays 2–7 pm
Saturdays 2–5 pm
Sundays 2–5 pm
Other days by appointment