Sarah Rose

Difficult Mothers, 2016, Photograph by Max Slaven, courtesy the artist

Sarah Rose’s overall practice engages with processes of  translation, abstraction, mutation, and transformation to think through the lifecycles of material resources and information. Sculptures and sound works trace different states, contingent interactions and ways of communicating. 


Sarah Rose is an artist based in Glasgow. Her work has been shown at the Scottish Museum of Modern Art, Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow, Hospitalfield, Darling Foundry,SWG3 Gallery, Baltic 39, Elizabeth Foundation Project Space. Sarah was artist-in-residence at Little Sparta: the garden of Ian Hamilton Finlay, Hospitalfield, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop and the Banff Centre. Sarah is involved in tenletters, a space in Glasgow that is focused by the representation, expression and circulation of language in its many forms. Sarah moved to Scotland in 2010 from Aotearoa, New Zealand to undertake a masters at Glasgow School of Art.


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