|Education||(College of Fine arts (COFA))(National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA))|
|Employer||The Fortynine Studio|
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Sarah is an object designer and maker based in Sydney, Australia. She is a founding member and director of collaborative design collective The Fortynine Studio.
Working primarily in metal and ceramics Sarah develops and produces functional and sometimes playful works for exhibition, commission and small-scale production. Drawing on her background in science and interest in natural materials, technical processes, craft and the hand-made her practice seeks to explore how design might respond to the Australian environment, culture and histories more directly in a considered and meaningful way.
Sarah’s work is driven by the concept of materials for purpose. Through the considered use of local resources she hopes to develop works whose materiality and form reflect the necessity of their function on both a practical and aesthetic level.
Sarah has collaborated regularly with other members of The Fortynine Studio as well as with The Other Hemisphere, Eastern Weft, Jardan and Province, among others. She also develops projects with artist and film maker Keaton Stewart.
She has exhibited individual and collaborative works in Sydney, Adelaide, Shanghai and Milan. Her work is stocked in Australia with retailers including the National Portrait Gallery, Object: Australian Design Centre, Funkis and Jardan as well as The Fortynine Studio online store.
You can see more of Sarah's work with The Fortynine Studio.
The Fortynine Studio is a collaborative design studio whose members share a common ethos and foster an open and collaborative working environment for designing, thinking and making. The Studio creates work for exhibition, research, retail and commission and also develops self-initiated collaborative projects and exhibitions together.
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Published since December 2008 by Rococo Productions, the magazine looks to develop broader cultural dialogue within the visual arts and the wider arts community. Visually and editorially Das Superpaper's first concern is the clean, unfettered presentation of the works, world and words of the artists, curators and others involved with contemporary production.
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