Lives and works: Hobart, Tasmania, nipaluna
Sarah Stubbs is a contemporary jeweller with 20 years of experience as a collaborative and solo artist. Her work has been represented in numerous exhibitions locally and overseas including the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston, West Space, Para/Site Art Space Hong Kong, Annandale Galleries, Centre for Contemporary Photography and the Ian Potter Gallery.
During her 2021 residency, Stubbs will undertake a body of work focused on the concept of terrain, a term often used to describe rough, rocky, unfavourable and difficult tracts of land. In developing terrain Stubbs will collaborate with Janine Combes to explore and re-imagine this idea of the unfavourable in relation to plants, place and landscape.