Again and Again

Again and Again
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This work seeks truth through the methodical manipulation of a set number of variables and explores the anxieties created by subtle shifts in presentations of the same pieces of information. This process yields a deliberate but limited context for understanding, rendered in a dense collection of multi-layered cells. The accompanying video component (https://vimeo.com/214831225) puts these cells into motion, further blurring understanding while simultaneously putting another element into “real time.” The video is intended to be played on a loop as a nod to internet meme format. The installation is currently on display at art museum The Delaware Contemporary as part of their annual juried exhibition, running 2 June to 8 August. See more at http://sarahkaizar.com/work/installation.html.

 

 

 

Sarah Kaizar

About Sarah Kaizar

Sarah Kaizar is an American artist, illustrator, web & graphic designer living and working in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her work addresses a spectrum of themes ranging from current environmental issues to topical social & political pieces. In 2016, Sarah launched her own company, Rally Caller, offering a line of eco-friendly art prints and stationery featuring her original illustrations of endangered American species. This work is available in stores across the United States and online at rallycaller.com. A portion of all sales from this body of work is donated to the Center for Biological Diversity to support their efforts in protecting the lands, water and climate that species need to survive.

Sarah Kaizar is an American artist, illustrator, web & graphic designer living and working in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her work addresses a spectrum of themes ranging from current environmental issues to topical social & political pieces. In 2016, Sarah launched her own company, Rally Caller, offering a line of eco-friendly art prints and stationery featuring her original illustrations of endangered American species. This work is available in stores across the United States and online at rallycaller.com. A portion of all sales from this body of work is donated to the Center for Biological Diversity to support their efforts in protecting the lands, water and climate that species need to survive.

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