6 x 6 inch archival pigment print

Edition of 1

$400 unframed


Artist Statement: 


A resealable plastic storage bag filled with hand sanitizer sits on a scanner. Part of a new body of work, this image considers an object whose lifespan is short and whose fate resides in the landfill.




Fehn Foss (she/her) is a lens-based artist and writer based in Tkaronto/Toronto. She is an MFA Visual Arts candidate, York University (2023) and holds a BFA Photography from X University (2018). Fehn has been awarded a York Graduate Scholarship and Domestic Master's Fellowship, won the First Edition Photobook Award (X University), and the SF Award in Photography (X University). Foss has exhibited her work at the Ryerson Image Centre and Gallery 44, Knot Project Space, and the Art Gallery of Hamilton. She guest-curated a CONTACT Photography Festival group show for Spectra, Gallery 44’s annual member-run exhibition. Foss has had her images published in Function magazine, Ryerson Folio Mag, and The Vault zine.

Fehn Foss, Sanitizer, 2021