Sarah Rose is interested in extra-informational and lived qualities of reproduction within the processes of translation, abstraction and transformation. Her work engages with ephemeral, unstable, improper, candid forms of information proliferation — in particular understandings of speech, voice, orality/aurality and sound. Rose is interested in how this information is handled, giving rise to questions of the self in a wider context and environment. Much of the work involves the concerns of publishing but results in sculpture, audio installation, written, still and moving image outcomes.
Sarah Rose (b. 1985, London UK) is based in Glasgow. Sarah graduated with a Master of Art, Glasgow School of Art (2012) and a Bachelor of Fine Art conjoint Bachelor of Art with a major in Writing Studies, University of Auckland (2010). Recent exhibitions include NOW, Scottish Museum of Modern Art (2017) , Lilt Twang Tremor, Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow (2017), Stem, Baltic 39, Newcastle (2017), Difficult Mothers, SWG3 (2016), Glasgow, L*, Darling Foundry, Montreal (2016), What We Heard, Embassy Gallery Edinburgh (2016). Rose was the artist-in-residence at Little Sparta: The Garden of Ian Hamilton Finlay (2016). She is also part of tenletters (UK) and lightreading (UK/NZ), two collaborative projects working at the intersection of art, writing and publication.