Sarah Conaway

  • Sarah Conaway works primarily in photography, but her practice is inseparable from the art of sculpture. Working in the studio with a variety of real and makeshift objects, Conaway constructs scenarios for photographs that relate back to various art historical tropes—the still life, the portrait, and so on. She uses preexisting and fabricated sculptural forms as her subject matter, using the simplest possible gestures, forms, and lines in a way that not only conveys form, but expands upon it as well.

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Sarah Conaway works primarily in photography, but her practice is inseparable from the art of sculpture. Working in the studio with a variety of real and makeshift objects, Conaway constructs scenarios for photographs that relate back to various art historical tropes—the still life, the portrait, and so on. She uses preexisting and fabricated sculptural forms as her subject matter, using the simplest possible gestures, forms, and lines in a way that not only conveys form, but expands upon it as well.