Sarah Craske’s practice explores the Anthropocene through a philosophical enquiry into our relationship with forms of climate breakdown and environmental entanglements, in an attempt to challenge assumptions and to bring about change.
Collaborative transdisciplinary methods underpin their practice, whilst working in the liminal space between art, science and technology, history and magic.
They exhibit in interdisciplinary places of histories, knowledge, narratives and context such as libraries, museums and laboratories, prioritising their rich contexts which provide materials to work with and become a structural part of the work.
Participating in research collaborations across the world, their practice includes activism, installation, intervention, synthetic biology, microbiology, sculpture and printing.
Sarah holds an MA in Art and Science from Central Saint Martins, and has subsequently received multiple awards including being shortlisted for the John Ruskin Prize: Agent of Change (UK). Most recently they have been invited to speak about their transdisciplinary practice at the Royal Geographic Society (UK) and The National Gallery (UK). Their work was selected for the ground-breaking Science Gallery Bengaluru online exhibition – CONTAGION (India).