By Sarah Grass
Grass's "Unmanned Drawings" are an unfolding diagram of multiple consciousness. Meandering by pen in a network of symbols, free-associated wordplay and acausal connections, she depicts the hallucinatory nature of meaning amid streams of contradicting topics. The titles are, in order of appearance, Inflatable Man, Self Censored Landscape, and Arachnean Attachment.
Sarah Grass (b. 1985, Somers, New York) is an interdisciplinary artist and writer living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a BFA in Fine Arts and MFA in Art Practice from The School of Visual Arts in New York, where she received the Alumni Award Thesis Grant, Art Practice Thesis Grant, and the Paula Rhodes Memorial Award for exceptional achievement. Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at JustMAD Art Fair, Madrid, Spain (2017), the New School for Social Research, New York, NY (2016), and the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX (2015).
To learn more about the artist, visit her website at sarahgrass.com.