SHOWS HOW presents a series of new works made in response to a set of collages made by the artist in 2016. Hughes uses the explicit revisiting of previous work as a means to explore the forced and unforced variations that emerge from repetition, as… Read More
Solo exhibition at Cass Sculpture Foundation, April-May 2016.
Solo exhibition that concludes the year-long ‘Embedded’ residency, organised in collaboration with Sound and Music and the South London Gallery.
To coincide with Heritage Open Days 2015, Sarah Hughes has developed a series of works relating to the early history of the South London Gallery (SLG) and its proposed impact on the local community. Working from historical material found in Southwark Local History Library and Archive,… Read More
We Find The Body Difficult To Speak is a score, installation, performance and series of video works by Sarah Hughes and Patrick Farmer.
Sarah Hughes and David R J Stent present a collaborative work which poses questions regarding orders of dependence between an exhibition of three-dimensional sculpture and an associated body of writing.
I Love This City and Its Outlying Lands is a score commissioned by the Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes, France, and Drone Sweet Drone Records. The score was written to be performed in-situ at a retrospective exhibition of Fernand Léger’s paintings covering the period… Read More
The Void Belonging to Created Things was exhibited as part of a three-week residency that was set up to consider the crossovers between composition, sculpture and installation.