Sarah Sudhoff (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist who interweaves themes of gender, science, and personal experience by exploring notions of motherhood, mortality, intimacy, and illness. She deconstructs narratives to gain understanding and create immersive spaces for discovery through photographs, performance, sculpture, video, animation, and sound.
For the past 15 years, her work has been influenced by her professional background as a photojournalist, which has allowed Sudhoff to systematize her curious nature while maintaining a personal and ethical obligation to any given subject area. Most recently, her work centers on emerging methods of data collection, creating tangible expressions of ephemeral human experiences. Using her body as subject and material, her creative practice becomes a mediator between subjective and objective experience. Sudhoff engages in conversations that address bodies and communities as shared and yet, ultimately, distinct identities.