Sarah Crew lives and works in Bristol and London, graduating with a distinction in MA Photography from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London in 2015. She is a mixed media artist and writer, working across installation, film, sound and live performance. Her research-based practice explores the changing relationships, connections and points of disjuncture between the human, the animal and the landscape. The implications of these are scrutinised through contemporary technology within an increasingly tactile dualistic environment.
For more info: www.sarahcrew.com
For Despina Residency Programme, Sarah will explore the evolving notions of landscape, locality and sense of ‘place’ within specific sites of reclaimed land in Brazil, and investigate the failure of technology in the sensory mapping of both the virtual and physical world simultaneously.
During the month of March 2016, Despina Residency Programme leads a special cycle in partnership with Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London. Four newly graduated artists were selected and commissioned through an open call conducted by the British institution to participate in our programme.