Sarah May Taylor is a Toronto-based artist who explores representations of the female body and the role of memory as they intersect with notions of race, class, belonging and identity. She uses her work to ask questions about the ways in which personal narratives can serve as a form of resistance. Her practice is an archive she uses to tell stories while investigating human connection. She is a recent graduate of OCAD U’s Sculpture/Installation program.

Self-Care Double Portrait 1, with Nicole Angela, 2020

From Her Passing, and an Aesthetic of Collective Belonging 

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