Sari Carel (b.1975) is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Israel. Sari Carel works across media including sound, video, sculpture and collage, delving into alternative relationships between sound, image and audience.
Her work investigates the myriad representations of nature and ecology and their relationship to the built environment, while dealing with the aesthetic and ideological remnants of Modernism. Her solo exhibitions include Semaphore Island, Haifa Museum of Art (2014, 2015); Borrowed Light, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY (2015); and Breach of Skin, Melanie Flood Projects in Portland, OR (2016). Her group projects include Sunday in the Park, Locust Projects, Miami, FL (2015); and Residual Historical Haunting at Johannes Voght Gallery, New York, NY (2016).
She is the recipient of the Foundation of Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant (2015); Emerging Artist Fellowship, Socrates Sculpture Park (2008); and the Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency, New Smyrna Beach FL (2008). She received a B.F.A. from Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem and an M.F.A. from Hunter College, NY.
Featured Image Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Semaphore Island, Sound and print installation (2015). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Breach of Skin, wood, paint, water-soluble pencil, speaker, one-channel sound (2016). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Borrowed Light, wound, wood, sand (2015). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist
Broken Wing Display, archival print, feathers, pennies (2014). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Artist