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Artist-in-Residence

Sara Jimenez

Queens, NY
Artist-in-Residence Summer 2024

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Sara Jimenez Why should our bodies end at the skin

Why should our bodies end at the skin? 2024. Fabric, Steel, Ceramics, Wood, Paint, Multi-channel Soundscape, 80 x 52 x 23 feet. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Sara Jimenez Why should our bodies end at the skin 2

Why must our bodies end at the skin (2)? 2023. Ceramic, 12.5 x 9 x 5 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Sara Jimenez The Edge of Dwelling

The Edge of Dwelling, 2019. Inkjet Prints of Colonial Photography, Papier-mâché, 3 Channel Sound Installation (in collaboration with Lau Nau), 20 x 15 x 10 feet. Dimensions variable of sculptures inside. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Sara Jimenez Roots Burrow Through Stones and Hard Facts

Roots Burrow Through Stone and Hard Facts, 2021. Fabric, Foam, Vinyl, Wood, Motion Activated Sound, 16 x 18 x 12 feet. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Sara Jimenez At what point does the world unfold

At what point does the world unfold? 2022. Textiles, Trim, Sequins, Beads, total installation approximately 263 x 200 feet. Photo courtesy of the artist.

The Artist-in-Residence Program is sponsored, in part, by:

The William and Ruth Scott Family Foundation

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