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Sarah Taylor was born in Guildford. Since completing an MA in painting at Chelsea College of Art she was Junior fellow in painting at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff. In 2007 she began a practice-led PhD at the University of Ulster, Belfast, supported by a DEL postgraduate scholarship. She was formerly a part-time lecturer on the BA Hons Fine Art degree at SSU. She continues to work as an independent artist and has exhibited widely.
Tea towels, ragbag remnants, plastic bags, and printed packaging are some of the items of domestic bric-a-brac that are elevated to a higher status of painting. The work moves between the modest and the monumental, the discarded and the valued, whilst also engaging with themes of class and hierarchical classification.
Exhibitions include 'Dirty Knicker Girl', The Gallerette, London, 'Indivisible' at the Southampton City Art Gallery & 'ART futures' organised by the Contemporary Art Society, London. International exhibitions include, 'Eye to I – Seeing & Self', Les Brasseur's Gallery, Liege, Belgium, 'Indivisible', De Belles Arts de Sant Carles, Valencia, Spain, 'Kind of English', die box, Berlin, and 'Wall of Guilt', Puriuli Agli Scalzi Gallery, Venice, Italy. Past support and funding has been awarded by the British Council, Southern Arts, the Welsh Arts Council, Art Research (Solent University) & the D. D. A. A. (Berlin).
'Objects Flown' is a permanent installation at Heathrow Airport in London, commissioned by The British Airport Authority.
oil on board & perspex
H 50 x W 50 cm