Sara Schindel
My work is about current issues–health, human social condition, ecology, political strife–and the intersectionality between these issues. Utilizing the power of common objects, I try to tell stories that connect these current issues to a more personal narrative. 
I translate my responses: thoughts, emotions, sensations, and memories make their way into the workspace and affix themselves around the concepts. My work is about empathy. 
By using materials such as discarded toys, dolls, fake plants, and other found objects, I intertwine experiential concepts with formal concepts that make the pieces uniquely themselves.  
Line, spacial relationships, design, and the physicality of materials endlessly captivate me. The work creates both a narrative and a space to pause and observe.
Through these accumulations of discrete ideas, I endeavor to create something larger, more ambiguous, and more paradoxical than their constituent parts.
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