In Sally Gall’s twelfth solo show at Julie Saul Gallery, the artist explores a quotidian subject—laundry—and with her camera, makes evocative images that explore the subtleties of color, light, and abstraction. But this isn’t ordinary laundry. Instead the pops of color and bursts of fabric hang in a wistful sentiment from a clothesline, as they’re dried by the sun and blown by the wind. Skirts, sheets, and underwear hanging from a line under a blue sky become jellyfish suspended in an endless sea; the clothesline itself might be the bars of a musical scale. “What started as an exploration of humanity and an appreciation for the most basic of activities, hanging laundry to dry, has expanded into an exploration of the abstract and otherworldly,” Gall says of the series.