Sarah Howe GBA
Sarah's practice explores expanded portraiture and self-portraiture, to produce wide-ranging outputs, from photography, sculpture, written prose to large scale multimedia installations.
The works engage with individuals and communities to develop frameworks for presenting visual and spoken narratives, around themes of identity, empathy, and health. Rooted in photography, my practice stands at the crossing between a material and a psychological landscape, in a reach to sculpt and navigate heightened inner states.
Recent exhibitions include ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety, Science Gallery, London (2019), Peripheries, ArtLicks, London (2019), Rehearsing the Real, Peckham24, London (2019), Present Tense, Materia Gallery, Rome (2019), Consider Falling, ONCA Gallery, Brighton Photo Fringe, Brighton (2018).
Sarah is also the recipient of the Gilbert Bayes Award for Early Career Artists 2020 and the winner of the Brighton Photo Fringe Open Solo Award 2018.