Certainly by Sarah Edmondson
wool, faux fur, nylon, retro-reflective fabric and vinyl paint on cotton
Sarah Edmondson’s research of the unpredictable in connection to digital and neurological glitches led her to develop techniques that contradict the speed of technology. In her work text references the transfer of information, corresponding to neurons sending messages to and from the brain. Her glitchy compositions take text beyond legible meaning into an abstract zone. These compositions form the basis for textile works, bringing together accident and laborious intent. A futuristic feel pulses from fluorescent and iridescent threads and faux fur.
Sarah Edmondson is a Sydney based artist, she graduated with a Master of Fine Art from the National Art School, Sydney (2018) and holds a Bachelor of Fine Art, from the University of Newcastle (2014). Recent solo exhibitions include; Out of Order, Woollahra Gallery and ORA Window (2023), What are the Chances?, Firstdraft, Sydney (2019); According to Chance, Galerie Pompom, Sydney (2018). Edmondson’s work has been included in many group shows including: 26.04.23, Home@735 (2023), (re)Arrangements, GCS Gallery (2022), Reimaginig the Canon, University of Newcastle Gallery and Closed on Mondays, Cement Fondu (both 2019). Edmondson has been a finalist in numerous awards and her work is held in the collection of Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery, among private collections in Australia and overseas.
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