This is Not How They Said it Would Be, Assemblage #9. Wood blocks in box with pigment. 34 x 42 in.
Through her large-scale assemblages, sculptural work and prints, Djuna Day explores the themes of human interconnectedness, relationship and place. Working with a palette of blacks and whites, playing with light and shadow and focusing on primary shapes and raw form, Day creates three dimensional compositions that entreat the viewer to meditate on their place in the world, the nature of their relationship with their surroundings and the frailty of individual existence in the larger universe.
Day lives in Toronto with her family and works from the cooperative studio she runs in the city's west end. Her work is held in private collections across Canada and the United States.
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