Sara Dierck creates interactive sculptures to share her ideas about how we cope with communication, politics, consumption and other parts of daily life. Her work is experienced first hand or through photography, video and hand-outs (the last three being available on her website, www.saradierck.com). Sara's objects are meant to be accessible and are often functional, with an aim to highlight problems with a careful, loving touch.
Sara is interested in many overlooked or under-loved aspects of life in a city, and is therefore pleased to have taken a small part in documenting one aspect of what it means to be a pigeon.
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8mm Cinematography by
Curb Your Dog
(all songs written, recorded and performed by Chris Sabatini)
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