Time passes and some things fade, like color on a polaroid photo; yet some things remain. In this installation series, Sarah uses the fact that polaroids fade as a metaphor, capturing moments, pushing us to see beyond what is altered by time (or by illness), to light up the essence of being and focus on what we cherish. This series is not only about the passing of time, but also about Sarah’s experience of navigating loss and how we construct, capture and hold on to memories as a way to connect us to people and places that transcend time and space.
On show in Brussels in September 2018 for Global Alzheimers Awareness Month.
Exhibition opening September 6th at Gallery 151. Event details here.
What Remains - The Book
An art book journal-like of the journey it has been to collect the precious stories and polaroid portraits over several years of people who have Alzheimers in one of Brussels' oldest and most diverse nursing homes. Designed with Carlotta Origoni this is an extension of the exhibition, an art piece itself.
The art book was successfully crowdfunded in June. Discover the project here.
A collaborative documentary portrait series with Ryan Le Garrec on people who have had a creative unconventional path to finding their purpose and are unschooled in this work. Its the stories who inspire us to just go with who we are and what we love, and make great things of it.
Passionate by Jung’s work and relying on years of coaching and helping numerous teams learn how to communicate and think strategically, Sarah developed a series of workshops using Archetypes as a way for people and brands to define their identity, story and strategy.
These workshops tap into the power of archetypes to empower people to define their brand, share their story as well as collaborate more efficiently, including internally.
A series of collaborative pieces made with Sarah’s 2 year old son during the course of her Artist Residency in Motherhood. Based on a map that represents the ways in which she get in her own way, how she gets stuck creatively. Her son adds color to this map however he wishes and whenever he wishes. The series is developing as his motor skills are, as his technique is evolving and how he, like most children, are always free and change the rules as they want.