31" x 16.75"
The works, 5:30 pm, 6:00 pm, 6:30 pm in Sidney Masuga’s Colour Fields, exist as three four-colour process CMYK screenprints and document the shift of colour and light relative to the horizon on a day in November. These three moments over the course of the sunset follow the climax and decay of the visible spectrum. Colour is divided and layered in particles — abstracting landscape to dot and colour field.
Sidney Masuga is an interdisciplinary artist working between digital and analogue mediums; she holds a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Coming from a background in illustration, her work utilizes symbol, form and abstraction to articulate her interests in communication, narrative, and metaphysics. Places of recent exhibitions include Art Metropole (Toronto, ON), Redline (Denver, Colorado), The Kitchenette (Toronto, ON) and Sea Foam (Toronto, ON).