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Sarah Kaur

Sarah Kaur is a videographer, photographer and installation artist, interested in intersections between visual and performing arts.

Her work has been shown in Australia, Mexico, the United States, Spain, Canada and Singapore. While primarily working within projected images in live performance, Sarah has shown her work in several contexts. These include a dance film commissioned by and premiered at Old Parliament House in 2008; helped with a post-production of a stop-motion film that aired on Swim TV in 2007, photographs hung in a ten-foot moving truck gallery as part of the International Noise Artist Run Initiative, and her fashion photographs for award-winning designers Ed and Bek were published in the Sydney Morning Herald in 2006.

In 2011, Sarah was engaged with Opera Australia to create a series of ‘mini video operas’ with Western Sydney communities and has received an Asialink Residency to spend 3 months in Singapore with Maya Dance Theatre creating dance films exploring individuals navigating, personal uses of public spaces. She recently made the video dance component of Canberra-based choreographer Liz Lea’s In Flight for performances in the National Library. She was mentored by Erin Brannigan, to put on “In the Box” a screendance event for Australian Dance Week 2011. She is the director of web-based dance film initiative Any Dance Any Screen.