Sarah Peck is an intermedia artist whose work centers art practice as a means to investigate connections and create community. Peck engages photography, video, performance, drawing and sculpture in her process.
She is currently working on a feature-length documentary exploring the role of artist residencies in contemporary creative practice. Her series of drawings and photographs, ‘In Situ’, highlights intersections between consumer culture and nostalgia in domestic spaces during estate sales.
Born and raised in Washington DC, Peck received a B.A. from Hampshire College, where she studied biology and art. She holds a Post Baccalaureate certificate and a Masters in Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston & Tufts University. Her work has been featured in exhibitions nationally and internationally in venues such as Mobius (Cambridge, MA); Edinburg College of Art (UK); Cranbrook Art Academy (MI); University of Antwerp (Belgium); The Rocky Mountain Regional Center (Denver, CO) and The World Trade Center (Boston, MA).
Peck has been an artist in residence in Sunshine, Alaska; Bloomville, NY; Kasterlee, Belgium; and Joshua Tree, CA.