California-based artist Heather Day makes sensory interpretations of the natural and urban worlds. By studying textures, colors, sounds and movements she translates moments into visual stories interested in conveying interactions. Her process demands motion—not only from the body as she pours and manipulates paint—but also in perspective. Shifting between traveling and working in her studio, she creates pieces that ultimately represent profound and the mundane situations. Each mark represents her language of dynamic motion, allowing compositions to read like handwriting—from one side to another. The artist’s work has been shown at MassMOCA, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art and Art on Paper Fair NYC. Her latest works will debut at her upcoming solo show with Hashimoto May 2018 in San Francisco.
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