The publication documents and discusses in detail the installation works of Sara Hughes from the past seven years. Her work has an ongoing concern with ‘what we see’ and ‘how we see’ and she is interested in the structures via which information gets transacted; particularly in relation to our media saturated world that has become mediated and regulated by information flow. Her current projects investigate imagery and data relating to patterns of behaviour and configurations of spectacle and national identity as portrayed through the use of colour, consumerism and propaganda.
Published in conjunction with the artists residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. With essays by Christoph Tannert and Christina Vegh.