Curatorial development in Scotland

Sarah Tripp


Sarah Tripp’s works include: On hearing my name (Dancehall), I borrow (Decalcomania), On hearing my name (Dancehall), Being a character (Glasgow Project Room), The equivalent of snow is blossom (Transmission Gallery), Aide-mémoires (The Happy Hypocrite), Sim-po-zeum (The Glasgow Festival of Visual Art), Why I disappeared (Cove Park), Why I can’t eat at Asia Style (2HB), The labour you love (Notre Dame Centre), The Best Mistake (Generator Projects), The inside of an ambulance (Fruitmarket Gallery), Why work? (Camden Arts Centre) and Anti-prophet (CCA, Glasgow). She co-edits the journal gnommero with Eona McCallum and teaches on the MA Art and Writing course at Goldsmiths and the MFA at Glasgow School of Art.

Sarah is currently working on Adaptation, a group project at the Collective Gallery in Edinburgh spanning 2012 alongside Maria Fusco, Dominic Paterson and Banu Cennetoglu.