The work of UK artist Sarah Boulton (b.1989) utilises ephemeral interactions with objects, places and people that she encounters in her day-to-day life. Bolton translates these moments of encounter through mediums such as video and performance which further emphasise her exploration into temporality, memory and privacy. The viewer is regularly invited to engage directly with the work, often very delicately, and in so doing become aware of his or herself in relation to Boulton’s spoken words and/or objects present in the space.
Sarah Boulton (b.1989, UK) graduated from the Slade School of Art in Summer 2015. Her poetry has been included in Tender Journal and Best British Poetry (2015) as well as on the walls of group show 'Nothing' at Unna Way, Huddersfield, UK, 2015. Her work was included in the following selected exhibitions: ‘Am3er’, solo exhibition at Artarea, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2015, 'Dry Deal', Athens, Greece, 2015, ‘birdsneedgravitytoswallow’, OPENYOURKIMONO, online, 2014.