Tory Fair’s new body of work represents her ongoing interest in depicting those fleeting moments lost in thought or as experienced in a dream state, glimpses where the subconscious surfaces within the daily rigours of the mundane. Far from being latent or passive, Fair views these ambiguous moments as significant, loaded with meaning and inspiration, an essential byproduct of the mind that signifies our highly-developed thought processes making often incomprehensible connections. Born in 1968 in Washington, she lives and works in Boston. In Boston she staged solo shows at La Mongagne Gallery, Artists Foundation and Mills Gallery. She also took part in exhibitions at: Boston Centre for the Arts, CUE Art Foundation in New York, DeCordova Sculpture Park in Lincoln, Massachsetts and The International Artists Museum of Tel Aviv.