Sarah Sabin

Sarah’s work has been concerned for a number of years with ‘digging about under the surface’. This often involves a gathering of histories, taken from both locations and people, and a dissecting, and reassembling of them. Methods and processes used in Archaeology often play a part directly in the research and making of her artwork, which has been variously described as multi-layered and mischievous. Her work creatively interprets and reimagines places and their histories, through making, public participation, and site-specific projects in the public realm.

Sarah uses a wide range of media in two and three dimensions,  often collaborating with other artists and specialists working in different disciplines including Archaeologists, Museum Curators and Architects.