Sarah Breen Lovett
Installation of Carol Warner's work: A Ride in the Sky | 2017
Sarah Breen Lovett is an artist, curator and postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Sydney. Breen Lovett has instigated and worked on many exhibitions, symposiums and publications at the inter-disciplinary meeting point of art and architecture. These have included the Expanded Architecture series of exhibitions recently published by AADR as a Bauhaus Edition; Cinecity Architectural Film Project; Palimpsest Performances and Modern Art Projects Art and Architecture series. For Cementa she is co-curator and participating artist in the Correspondence of Imaginary Places, an artist exchange project facilitated by Cementa and ABC no Rio in New York City.
My practice and research is primarily concerned with exploring relationships between the self and surroundings. Firstly, this stems from my background in architecture and a curiosity about haptic and habituated relationships to architectural assemblages. Secondly, this concern comes from my own interactions with the natural world and questioning how and why we prescribe significance and meaning to different aspects of landscape. I utilise moving image, projection, installation, participatory performances and curated exhibitions that involve performance and site-specific works to explore these ideas.
Openings | 2013
Openings, separated over space and time, defined by context and form; simultaneously physical and metaphysical; threshold space between separate locations and types of existence, pointing toward the other worlds, a space for transcendence.