American artist Rashid Johnson stages a major new site-specific commission at The Power Plant. Ricocheting between the opposing walls of this narrow passage, these works are a continuation of Johnson’s series known as Anxious Audiences.
Sarah de Burgh was born in Paris where she has lived all her life. Raised by a Chinese-American mother and a British father, Sarah draws her inspiration from her international background. Rummaging through her mother’s old belongings she had left behind in New York, Sarah stumbled upon an old SLR Minolta. After having shot a whole roll of film, it became clear that her path would change: from working in marketing to pursuing her dream of becoming a photographer… She signed up in a photography school in Paris so that she could learn how to grow accustomed to the smell of chemicals in a dark room, learn the joy of studio lights and digital retouching. Influenced by urban lifestyle, she conveys her feminine side through her work.To this day, she has remained faithful to analog photography and natural lighting.