Installation works have combined sculptural materials, with video, computer controlled media and light to explore experiential and participatory art. Her urban interventions explore the intersections of creative agency and strategies of
Sarah has exhibited widely in galleries and museums and has created numerous urban interventions. Sarah has also developed and coordinated unique exhibition opportunities for artists such as a project in San Diego called, "the mythical search for the axis
In Baltimore, where she currently lives, projects have included Axis Alley, in which Sarah coordinated with the city of Baltimore and community associations the use of 21
Sarah is a founding board member of the D center Baltimore, a non-profit agency that is a broad cross-section of disciplines and individuals invested in improving and encouraging design-in all its iterations-in the Baltimore region. D center's members believe design thinking has the capacity to change the world and that banding together in creative collaboration will greatly improve the quality of urban life.
Prior to joining the Interdisciplinary Sculpture department, Sarah has been an instructor at MIT and the University of San Diego. She teaches a broad range of courses
In 2012 she received the MICA Board of Trustees award for teaching excellence.
"To search for the good and make it matter: this is the real challenge for the artist. Not merely to transform ideas and revelations into
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