Sara Kay Maston
Sara Kay Maston is an interdisciplinary artist who explores the vantage point of animals such as insects, single-celled organisms, domestic horses, birds and rodents. Often taking the form of ceramics, paintings and textile installations, Maston’s work articulates parallel lifeworlds that are indicative of a distant ancestor’s sense of physicality or distinct rhythm of nature. Maston holds an MFA from York University and is pursuing a degree in Information Science at U of T, focusing on methods of archiving and mediating ephemeral nonhuman animal knowledge. Additionally, she is a member of the Asian-pop-girl-band-artist-collective XVK, founded by Xuan Ye, S.K. Maston and Veronique Sunatori. Her work has recently been exhibited at the Idea Exchange Preston Gallery in Cambridge, the Xpace Cultural Centre and Sibling gallery in Toronto.