Sara Clark is fascinated by the way a space can affect a person. It’s that interaction that draws her to explore the communal and transitory places within our cities, which are often built for function not beauty.
To understand these interactions she goes back to the basics exploring weight, line, tension, form, and light. Dismantling the structure extracting key elements, and distilling them into purified line, and form. This process of pulling apart, layering and removing helps her to understand what is important to her and what it is she is seeing.
The results can be complex, but they are the real and imagined interactions with that space.