Sarah Rhys is an interdisciplinary artist who works between Bristol and Wales, with an MFA from Bath Spa University. She is interested in site-responsive projects, reinterpretation of landscape, exploring the materiality of material, new ecologies and the More-than-Human World.
Recent projects include In Freefall, a collaborative installation with sound exhibited at Centre of Gravity, Bristol and an ongoing site-responsive project Dust- tapes / Dust- scapes also shown at Centre of Gravity, Bristol (2020). Rhys was included in the Loss and Lucidity group show at Fabrica Braco de Prata, Lisbon, Portugal (2019)
Forthcoming projects: Holobiont, a collaboration with artist Caroline Vitzhum and in partnership with The National Botanic Garden Wales, focusing on research and creative responses to new ecologies as well as exploring cultural links between Wales and Austria.
Without Borders, an exhibition curated by Jonathan Powell, Elysium gallery director and Heather Parnell co-editor of ISSUE artists books to be shown initially at Elysium Gallery Swansea July-August 2021 before touring to Japan, USA, Italy and Canada and other UK galleries.
Rhys is contributing to a book HON Artistiaid Benywaidd yng Nghymru / Women Artists in Wales co-ordinated by Christine Kersey and co-edited with Dr Anne Price-Owen to be published by The H’mm Foundation in 2021.