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Introduction
Sarah Sze (; born 1969) is a contemporary artist known for sculpture and installation works that employ everyday objects to create multimedia landscapes. Sze's work explores the role of technology and information in contemporary life utilizing everyday materials. Drawing from Modernist traditions, Sze's work often represents objects caught in suspension. Sze lives and works in New York City and is a professor of visual arts at Columbia University.
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Introduction
Uses detritus and everday objects to create site-specific installations. Included in the 1998 Berlin Biennale, the 1999 Venice Biennale and the 2000 Whitney Biennial. American sculptor, NYC.
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Assemblage Artist, Installation Artist, Mixed-Media Artist, Sculptor
Name
Sarah Sze
Ulan
500114674
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