Sarah Rodigari

Live and works on unceded Gadigal and Dharug lands. I acknowledged the unbroken sovereignity of First Nations People and pay my respects to Elders past and present. Always was always will be, Aboriginal Land.

Sarah Rodigari is an artist whose practice addresses the social and political potential of art. Their work is site responsive, employing, durational live action, improvisation, and dialogical methodologies to produce text-based performance and installations. Rodigari has worked with and within various contexts and institutions. These include the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), the 20th Biennale of Sydney, MUMA, Melbourne International Arts Festival, ACCA, The Poetry Project (NYC) and SOMA (Mexico City). Rodigari holds a PhD in Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong and is member of the collective Field Theory.