James Kalm is perplexed, which is probably close to the response Jayson Musson intended with the notion of this exhibition. Blurring the line between trickster comic relief and culturally contextualized critique, Musson tweaks high art with a cartoon parody that disarms viewers with the sincerity of its homage. The iconic comic strip character Nancy is the reference for these cartoon versions of "high abstraction". Using a muted palette and a featureless facture, these works, nonetheless, posits the question; Is abstract art just a high priced joke on the public?

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