Sarah examines the fragility of humankind and the fragility of human life. This does not only concern the human body in its physical existence, but also the fragility of the environment and of the concepts and ideas that humankind seeks to build up and maintain.
Preferring to work with day-to-day materials, which are discarded and deemed useless, she explores the human connection with its environment and how societies create meaning. Through her chosen, brittle materiality, she questions common notions of value and how these values are ascribed to things in a resource-challenged world.
Upon obtaining her Master’s degree in fine art from the University of Marburg this year, Sarah joined the YOUNG MASTERS PROGRAM to broaden her artistic horizons and further develop her skills and interest in the medium of light and its radiance.