Extension of Doubt, a solo exhibition by Walter Scott, was on at Cooper Cole, Toronto, running January 18 to February 29.
With illustrated works on paper, the artist — known for his Wendy comic series of a young woman navigating art world anxiety — draws semi-autobiographical musings of social neuroses. As noted in the press text, Scott’s “images combine snippets of lived experiences, and slip between reality and fiction.”**
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