Sarah Rhys is an interdisciplinary artist who works between Bristol and Carmarthenshire, Wales. She is interested in site-responsive projects, reinterpretation of landscape, rurality, geological material and new ecologies.
Currently working on Holobiont 2: Ffyngau with artist Anne-Mie Melis exploring the fungi world with a focus on mycelium as material.
Holobiont started as a collaborative research project with Caroline Vitzthum and in partnership with The National Botanic Garden Wales. Sarah exhibited Cryptic Landscape at National Botanic Garden of Wales 2021-2.
Sarah was invited to contribute a chapter to the publication HON /Artistiaid Benywaidd yng Nghymru/Women Artists in Wales published by the H’mm Foundation which was recently presented at The National Library of Wales. The diverse group of 10 will be exhibiting in Twr y Felin, a converted windmill near St David’s in August 2023
In Freefall was a collaborative installation with sound with fellow Spike Island artists; Huma Mulji, David Alesworth, Carol Laidler and Eilis Kirby shown as part of The Centre of Gravity at The Soapworks Bristol in 2020.