Sara Bjarland is a Finnish artist currently living and working in Amsterdam and Brussels. She graduated from The Slade School of Fine Art in London in 2007, and later attended the post-academic studio programme HISK in Ghent in 2012-2013. Working in photography, video and installation, her practice explores the grey area between the natural and the artificial, between object and organism.
Recent shows include Rumination Tale with Charlott Markus at Plan B, Amsterdam, The Prophecy of Bees, curated by Julia Geerlings at Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen (NL), Cryopreservation NEED FLOWERS TOMORROW? curated by Nathaniel Pitt, Syson Gallery, Nottingham; Invasive Exotics at RAM Galleri, Oslo; and the solo shows Fem studier i metamorfos at The Finnish Institute in Stockholm and Neither Thing Nor Nothing at Hopstreet Gallery, Brussels.
Sara Bjarland is generously supported by Mondriaan Funds 2016-2019.