Sarah Calmus: Multidisciplinary Art

In June of this year, in conjunction with our friends at Outer Spaces, we helped artist Sarah Calmus find her perfect temporary space in Henderson Row, Edinburgh. Originally from Essex, Sarah describes her art style as being “multidisciplinary” and creates large-scale immersive installations using a range of mediums including glass, light, and sound. Her bio details how Sarah graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone (2014) in Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices. She then moved to Edinburgh and began volunteering as a Hidden Door Festival team member, where she currently sits as a Team Member, Programming and helping to develop the festival’s content. Sarah is also President of Visual Arts Scotland, a leading platform for national and international contemporary fine and applied artists. Sarah’s move into her new studio has given her the space she needs to create more of her exquisite artwork. We can’t wait to see the results of her new projects soon, but for now we’ll leave you with a small selection of Sarah’s work and the quote originally from professor Brian Cox which she uses to accompany one of her below featured works ‘Echo Chambers’.

“We are all agglomerations of quarks and electrons in a complex and fragile pattern that can perceive the beauty of the universe with visceral wonder” – Brian Cox

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