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Sally McKay

  Sally McKay is an independent curator, artist and art writer. Pursuing a long-term exploration into the connects and disconnects between art and science, she is currently researching neuroaesthetics for her PhD program in Art History and Visual Culture at York University in Toronto. Her art writing has been published in the Globe and Mail, Canadian Art, Flash Art, Fuse Magazine, C Magazine and various other publications including exhibition catalogues and curatorial essays. From 1997-2003 she was co-owner/editor of the Toronto art magazine Lola with Catherine Osborne. Recent curatorial projects include the touring group show Quantal Strife (2006-2008), Woodlot: The Third Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery Biennial (2007) and Mods and Rockers, curated for digifest and Harbourfront Center in Toronto (2006). In 2008, McKay held a three-week curatorial residency at Open Space in Victoria, BC. She is currently curating Too Cool For School, an art and science fair and exhibition scheduled for 2010 as part of Fresh Ground New Works, Harbourfront Center’s national commissioning program.

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