Sarah Bernstein (USA)

Homeless in a Homeland
Homeless in a Homeland

 

I am interested in creating a series of objects and videos related to my recent exploration of Japanese Butoh Dance and the way in which this dance form conveys a specific yet abstracted story through hyper-realized emotional expression. I plan to fashion a series of symbolic objects, small collages and simple costumes to weave into several autobiographical dances that will be set amongst the plants and natural environment of the ComPeung Residency. These dances will then be turned into video works that I plan to showcase upon my return to the United States.
Sarah Bernstein is a Portland-based artist, performer and storytellerCombining themes of symbolism, visual storytelling and cultural context through a variety of media, her work aims to portray both a collective and personal cannon of contemporary mythology. She received a B.F.A. in Printmaking from Washington University in St. Louis and her work has been shown around the United States and Internationally.

 

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