Sarah's practice is focused on the passage and perception of time, simultaneously attempting to transcend and suspend it. The artist engaged in research that reflects and represents my life. Sarah imposes durational and contextual restrictions on both the development and production of each project. The application of these constraints results concretely in the production of several pieces simultaneously, along differing time lines and in a variety of media. This drives a creative process that takes time to form. The source material for the pieces is from my personal life. I record, transcribe, take photos, write notes, draw. This cumulative research is then converted into another medium.