Sarah Lincoln is a visual artist based in Co. Waterford, Ireland, who uses photography, drawing and moving image to explore complexities bound up in the landscape. This focus leads her to borrow widely from systems which categorise and manage natural spaces.
More recently Sarah has been using moving image as a way to explore local geographies; employing techniques associated with collage to suggest alternative histories.
Sarah graduated from NCAD in 2004, holds an MA in Visual Arts Practices from IADT and writes for Enclave Review and Critique.
Her work has been included in Claremorris Open, EVA and as part of numerous group exhibitions. The Irish Arts Council, Create and ArtLinks have supported her practice.