Kāryn Taylor’s light-based sculptural works are not only very beautiful, but as described by Zara Stanhope (Director, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery), Taylor’s exhibitions.

“…speculatively explore the connections between art and the ideas that structure our reality, asking large questions. […] As a practice, her work is dedicated to finding ways to explore some of the greatest abstract ideas through methods that create perceptual and haptic experiences …”

 Kāryn Taylor will present new works at the Art Fair in November, with Sanderson Contemporary, but in the meantime, Its All Relative, a solo exhibition of her work is opening this week (Tuesday 12 April) at Sanderson Contemporary in Newmarket, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

The exhibition continues until Sunday 8 May.

To read more about Kāryn Taylor and for a link to the full essay by Zara Stanhope, click here.

Images: Kāryn Taylor, Yellow Cube, Coherent Object, Primary Object, Red Maze, Shape of a Room, and Hanging Circle. All images are courtesy of the artist and Sanderson Contemporary.