Sarah Walker, Superbug
I make paintings that act as visual filters where information is filtered in, not out. Interwoven layers evoke a restless associative state: mirroring an increasingly complex world. As more virtual realms appear, how do we place ourselves within non-material spaces? What visual language accompanies multidimensional states? Fundamentally my paintings offer visual tools for experiencing multiple intersecting dimensions.
|Dimensions||36 x 38 inches|
|Medium||Acrylic on panel|
|Works||New York, NY|
Sarah Walker received her BFA from California College of the Arts and an MFA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Solo exhibitions include Space Machines at Pierogi and Everywhen at Gregory Lind Gallery. Walker has been included in exhibitions at Frist Art Museum, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Weatherspoon Art Museum, deCordova Museum, Neuberger Museum, and the Nasher Museum. Walker teaches at SUNY Purchase and lives/works in New York City.