Sara Sze

Sarah Sze draws from Modernist traditions of the found object, to build large scale installations. She uses everyday items like string, Q-tips, photographs, and wire to create complex constellations whose forms change with the viewer’s interaction. The effect of this is to “challenge the very material of sculpture, the very constitution of sculpture, as a solid form that has to do with finite geometric constitutions, shapes, and content.”


The Uncountables (Encyclopedia), 2010


Still Life with Flowers, 1999


Triple Point at Venice Biennial 2013