Ngāti Awa, Ngāi Tūhoe
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.
Sarah Hudson completed a Masters in Fine Arts with distinction through Massey University Wellington in 2010. She has exhibited nationally in her individual practice and internationally with the Mata Aho collective.
Honolulu Biennial, (as part of Mata Aho Collective), Hawai’i State Art Museum
X-marks, Waitangi Treaty Grounds and Museum, Waitangi
Ōpōtiki, Tāneatua Gallery, Tāneatua
documenta 14 (as part of Mata Aho Collective), Germany
All Lines Converge, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth
Manatu Ahu Matua, Absolution gallery space, Christchurch
Opotiki, Blak Dot Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Inamata - Onamata: our yesterday, our today, our tomorrow, Whakatane Museum