In the mind’s eye | Sarah Edmonson

Lunnik-11 | video piece and installation | 2016


Sarah Edmondson is a conceptual artist based in Dublin, Ireland. She graduated from the National College of Art and Design with a BA (Hons) Art and Design Education, 2012 and from University College Cork, BA (Hons) History of Art and Sociology, 2007. She uses many mediums in her work in order to explore a variety of different concepts and themes including paint, photography, image transfers, cardboard construction, found objects, stop motion animation and digital film. In her work there is often an interest in space and the occupation or desolation of that space. She looks at our (humans) relationship with objects and how the arrangement of these objects can be used to initiate a personal response or create a narrative. Her installation pieces aim to question the validity of certain information presented to us by the media or the state, including cultural institutions and the education system. She confronts the viewer with fictitious information or scenarios in order to highlight the ambiguity of our learned reality.



Sarah Edmondson | Die Plattenbauten | acrylic on plaster blocks and twopartvideo | projection, w/sound | 4 min 35 sec