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Sarah Forrest

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Sarah Forrest works across film, installtion, text and sound. Her practice weaves together elements of theory, fiction and philosophy to explore spoken word narration. Her weaving together of multiple layers of fiction bring into consideration the limitations within language, where a speaker and viewer is positioned in relation to it.

Sarah Forrest (b. 1981 Dundee) is an artist based in Glasgow. After studying at Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee, Forrest gained her masters from Glasgow School of Art in 2010. During which time she also studied at the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam and was included in several international projects by Jan Verwoert. Sarah Forrest had a solo exhibition in 2013, at the CCA, Forrest has featured at international film festivals, That Now will screen at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (2017). Public Collections include the GOMA Collection, Glasgow and the LUX Collection. She is a collaborator with Virginia Hutchison including Shadow of the Hand, Glasgow International, 2012. Also in that year Sarah Forrest won the Margret Tait Residency Award culminating in a screening at the Glasgow Film Festival.

 

Sarah Forrest, The Pot, 2015 ,HD video with sound 5.10 mins, ed 3

Sarah Forrest, That now, 2013, HD video with Sound, 10:05 mins


Sarah Forrest, Absence of Evidence is not Evidence of Absence, 2012, HD video with Sound, 9:00 mins


Sarah Forrest, In the Shadow of the Hand, 2012, collaborative exhibition with Virginia Hutchison, Glasgow International. Glasgow,


Sarah Forrest, In the Shadow of the Hand, 2012, collaborative exhibition with Virginia Hutchison, Glasgow International. Glasgow,


Sarah Forrest, P is for Protagonist, 2011, Glasgow Sculpture Studios,


Sarah Forrest, The Spectator, 2011, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow.


Sarah Forrest, The Speaker, 2009, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam .


Sarah Forrest, The Objective Narrator, 2009, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam.


Sarah Forrest, The Hook and the Artist, 2009