How can the language of print explore the shifting political landscape which leads to an uncertain future?
Making works which provokes thought around this theme is important. Key words are landscape, borders/boundaries and identity.
Essentially, Sarah GH has been taking fragments from landscapes; cutting, reworking and overlaying in a quest to find a visual imagery/alphabet to convey political landscape, border/boundary, fragmentation and identity.
Sarah has been working on landscapes on zinc plates, going through layers of processes, wood-cuts to discover sharp knifed marks to explore borders and fragmentation.
The range of colour is lyrical to give a beautiful contrast with the words, which can be quite distressing, saying two things of a place; it got this feeling of something beautiful then transitory as well as the violence of the language.