Location: New-York (US)
Sarah Sze’s immersive works challenge the static nature of art. His work questions the value that society places on images. To objects and how they assign meaning to the places and times in which we inhabit. Widely recognized for push the boundaries between painting. Sculpture. Video and installation. Sze’s work ranges from intimate paintings that collapse time and space to expansive installations that create complex constellations of materials and audiences.
Works that climb the walls and colonize the architectures.
Sze was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 2003 and a Radcliffe Fellowship in 2005. In 2013, she represented the United States at the Venice Biennale. Opera House, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York and the High Line in New York. In 2020, Sze completed “Shorter than the Day” for LaGuardia’s new Terminal B.