Sarah Casey is a visual artist and researcher working at the cusp of drawing and sculpture. Her drawings exploring the limits of visibility and material existence arise from working alongside researchers from other fields, ranging from archaeology to astrophysics. Solo exhibitions of her work have been at Kensington Palace, The Bowes Museum and most recently at Ryerson University, Toronto. She also writes on drawing and is co-author of Drawing Investigations: graphic relationships with science, culture and environment (Bloomsbury 2020). She is Senior Lecturer in Drawing and Installation at Lancaster University, UK where she is Director for the School of Fine Art. Sarah was a Royal Drawing School Scottish artist-in-residence in 2020 and a Visiting Research Fellow at The Henry Moore Institute from 2020-21. Her current work explores the provocations of glacial archaeology. With Rebecca Birch and Jen Southern she is co-founder of the Rocky Climates network bringing together artists concerned with the mobilities and temporal, spatial, cultural instabilities of landscapes in uncertain times.
The exhibition is kindly supported by Lancaster University and Arts Council England and presented as part of the Being Human Festival 2022; it is accompanied by a dedicated programme of online Drawing Discussions and in-person and online Drawing Sessions (see Drawing Discussions and Drawing Sessions under the Community section of our website). Please join us for the preview of the exhibition on Saturday 12 November from 5pm to 7pm by booking here.
We are adjacent to Trowbridge railway station, which has frequent local and regional train services, and there are several public car parks nearby. Drawing Projects UK is an accessible building and a blue badge parking space is available. There is an audio guide to the exhibition.