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Abstract Painting Was Never A Boy's Club, And It's Time To Stop Treating It Like One

Everything that has ever been observed with Earth’s instruments, or, as NASA describes it, all “normal matter,” makes up only 5 percent of the universe. The rest comprises what’s ominously known as dark energy and dark matter, the latter being more easily defined by what it is not than what it is. Before Los Angeles–based painter Sarah Cain knew the scientific definition of dark matter, she was drawn to the phrase.
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