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At the arrowhead of art itself (Globe and Mail)

The security guard, with her back to the entrance of the brand-new Remai Modern, was enjoying the view inside – in between disappointing would-be visitors with the news that the Saskatoon art museum was not quite open yet. "Wow," said Sandy Netmaker, gazing up at the enormous installation suspended over the lobby. "That's a real artist."

She was admiring Haegue Yang's Four Times Sol LeWitt UpsideDown, Version Point to Point (2016-17) – dozens of white venetian blinds installed in cubes on four large aluminum hanging structures, the slats in the horizontal position letting in natural light from outside and artificial light from above.

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