Genre:Site-Specific; Appropriation; Collaborative; Conceptual; Constructed; Consumer Culture; Identity; Nature; Organic; Psychological; Sociological; Symbolic; Urban; Lyrical; Social Criticism; Historical; Interactive; Representational; Spiritual;
Sara lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her video/installations/digital images have been included in numerous shows and screenings nationally and internationally since the late 80's. She had one-person show at Sarah Lawrence College, Open Source Gallery, Momenta Art and Gallery 456. Recent video shows include "TRUTH" exhibition at Gallery at BRIC House in Brooklyn NY, "Immersive Surfaces" outdoor projection at Dumbo Arts Festival, The Mission for Temporal Art in Marshall, NC, Aurora New Media Art Festival in Dallas, TX and in 2015 "The Luminous Surface" video installation show at Salisbury University, Maryland. Her selected works were part of curatorial exhibits at The Brooklyn Museum, Rotunda Gallery, Dumbo Arts Festival, Video_Dumbo, Asian American Art Center, Ende Tymes Festival, Westbeth Courtyard, Soapbox Gallery, Art in General, Triple Candie, Shirley Fiterman Gallery, BWAC Pier Show, 450 Broadway Gallery, Foundation for Art Resources, L.A., CA, Pixilerations New Media Festival, Providence, RI, Boston Center for the Arts, The Coolidge Corner Theatre in Boston, Mobius in Boston, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, FL, and Minneapolis College of Art & Design Gallery.
She was a Bronx Museum of the Arts AIM program artist and awarded artist residencies at McColl (Tryon) Center for Visual Art in NC, Djerassi Residency in CA and Ping-Tung Peninsula International Arts Festival and Residency in Taiwan.
Her drawings are part of The Drawing Center Viewing Program and Pierogi Gallery's Online File. She had her one-person drawing show at the Governors Islands Art Fair. Group shows in NYC include “Et Tu, Art Brute?” at Andrew Edlin Gallery, Lorimoto Gallery, Gallery at BRIC House and Pierogi Gallery.