Handmade quarantine creations through the looking glass.

Next time you’re out for a walk trying to beat COVID cabin fever, sneak a peek inside the window of the Esker Foundation in Inglewood to find the colourful ceramic sculptures of Kasia Sosnowski. Her playful pieces— like serpentine coils and a pair of dangling legs sweating neon-green tears—address a moment particular to the pandemic: strolling around the block for fresh air, sneaking sly look-sees into neighbouring windows, and experiencing a simultaneously tantalizing and anxiety-inducing instant of voyeuristic insight.

To Sunday, Jan. 31. Free.

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