Through jewellery, choreography and mark making Sarah investigates the complexities and characteristics of human movement. In precious metal, on paper, in performance and on film, she arrests time to reveal the intricacies of the moving body.
Body 30’57” is a series of drawings and jewellery, developed while Sarah was jeweller in residence at the British Library. The work relates to the graphic score Treatise (1963-67), by Cornelius Cardew and its musical interpretation.
Whisk is a collection of jewellery which evolved out of What Isn’t Here Hasn’t Happened, a series of large graphite drawings created with artist and bookbinder Tracey Rowledge.