Digression hangs in the student centre.

Next time you’re on your way down to the Blind Duck from the second floor of the Student Centre, take a look above your head—you might find some student art.
Digression, created by Breann Ritchie, a Sheridan College student, hangs above the second floor walkway and is composed of wax-covered cheese cloths, hung from the ceiling by fishing line. According to Ritchie, the piece represents the “progression of thought from its pure state to a more saturated one,” where the progression is shown through the changing colour spectrum.
To students though, the piece represents a change from the ordinary. “It’s nice to have some culture on these walls, it brightens up your day,” said Sarah Chiu, a third-year UTM student.