cambridge contemporary art

Sarah Duncan

 

Sarah Duncan is an artist and printmaker who lives and works in Bristol. Sarah studied Textile Design in West Surrey College of Art and Design, and more recently passed her Masters degree with Distinction in Print at UWE in Bristol. 

Throughout history the night sky has been a screen for our projected dreams. Sarah’s work seeks to reflect this screen, and to find others to illuminate. She is inspired by our relationships with the remote and inaccessible. Fascinated by phenomena, which appear on the surface to be constant and uniform but on further inspection reveal themselves to be unique, constantly in flux and ever changing.

Sarah’s practice aims to embed the humanly experienced physical world into the unimaginable enormity of the cosmos. It shares the central aims of science in trying to make sense of the natural world, but focuses on an emotional and embodied response rather than just an intellectual one.

Go to our Printmaking Techniques page for more information on how these prints are created


White Noise

lithograph

59 x 59 cm

£350 unframed

Red Shift

etching

59 x 59 cm

£350 unframed

Comet

etching

59 x 59 cm

£350 unframed

1.3 Seconds

lithograph

59 x 59 cm

£350 unframed

 Nova Stella

etching

59 x 59 cm

£550 framed

Beyond Pleiades

etching

54 x 54 cm

£320 unframed

Doppler Effect

lithograph

59 x 59 cm

£550 framed

Neutrino

etching

59 x 59 cm

£350 unframed