Ep.124 Sarah Hardie - Ministry of Arts Podcast

In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Sarah Hardie (@sarahhardie.art)   Sarah’s practice deals with how we live in the world, the intimate and extimate nature of the human voice and how we connect through it, via language and other forms of aural communication. The concept of resonance itself captures within it the potential for both love (if love is an echoing or recognition and acknowledgement of the self by another (‘I rebound I am light’, Roland Barthes), and loss (in the temporal nature of echoes). These ideas are always at the heart of her work. Sarah was awarded the inaugural Soho House Art Prize 2020/21, selected by illustrious panel: Maria Balshaw (Director, Tate); Kate Bryan (Head of Global Collection,Soho House); and Hebru Brantley (Artist) and created an artist’s film, a symphonic visual essay, ‘Spring sometimes rises in me too’ screened at Electric Cinemas internationally in June 2021.   To watch Sarah’s prize winning film SPRING SOMETIMES RISES IN ME TOO - https://vimeo.com/sohohouse/review/561057951/951cb85ea1   For more information on the work of Sarah Hardie go to https://www.sarahhardie.info/   To Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofarts   For full line up of confirmed artists go to https://www.ministryofarts.org Email: ministryofartsorg@gmail.com Social Media: @ministryofartsorg