Based in Whakatāne, Sarah's art practice is founded in photography, performance and installation. The central themes that inform her work are an investigation of mātauranga Māori, mana wahine, popular media culture, gender and sport.
The artist attempts to connect with in tangible ancestors.
The artist and her daughter run along the streets, grabbing pieces of foliage as they pass.
An incantation to protect against surveillance technology.
Shot from above, a pair of tattooed legs dance with the words 'political statement'.
Overlap and Unfurl
Māori Moving Image ki Te Puna o Waiwhetū, the latest chapter in the Māori Moving Image exhibition series, is sensitive to the mauri of materials and place.
10 Works from NZ Female Artists You Might Have Missed
A collection of ten works by women from CIRCUIT's catalogue.
Masons Screen: Cat Auburn
Masons Screen is a public screen for video art in Wellington's CBD. CIRCUIT curates the screen in collaboration with the Wellington City Council.