“I am thrilled to have been selected for the Artrooms Fair London. This will be a chance to reach new audiences with my work and I am excited to be showing in a fair that has already exhibited artists from all over the globe. I plan on displaying artworks themed around Real-time Data-generated Art and Computer Graphics. ”
Sarah Song Xiaran is a new media artist currently based in London. After earning a degree in Film and Media Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University, she is now pursuing an MFA in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths.
Artist Sarah Song Selected for Prestigious Artrooms Fair London 2019
The fair is held in the in the splendour of at Meliã White House Hotel in Albany Street, Regent’s Park, NW1 3UP, London from the 11st – 13rd January 2019 and it sees independent artists from all over the world exhibit their work in over 70 hotel rooms that have been transformed by each individual artist showcasing their work, plus in the common areas of the hotel.
Artrooms Fairs founder Cristina Cellini Antonini said: “We are delighted to have Artist Sarah Song taking part in our 2019 event. We have received over 2000 applications for all our 2018 Artrooms Fairs editions combined, meaning that the selection process is always absolutely ferocious. Once again, we are very grateful to our Selection Committee and wish a great success to all selected artists!”
Founded and directed by Cristina Cellini Antonini with co-founder Francesco Fanelli, the Artrooms Fair (London and Roma) has become the leading fair for independent artists, providing free exhibition spaces to the most talented artists worldwide. The fair is redefining the art world by innovating the way artists, galleries and collectors meet.
Sarah Song Xiaran is a new media artist currently based in London. After gaining a degree in Film and Media Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University, she is now pursuing MFA at Goldsmiths.
Sarah’s practice is at the junction of the natural world, sound as well as visuals. She works in a variety of media and most of her artworks aim to explore the creative relationships and possibilities between nature and digital technology and to find poetic meaning in everyday life. Always being fascinated by the unique macro world and by the concept of minimalism and surrealism, she believes the mystery reveals itself to us through nature and time, and she loves to experiment with pattern, texture and mixed media in order to share her vivid imagination. Iridology and biometric data sonification are the focus of Sarah’s recent research and she tries to provide her audience a unique personal experience in an unexpected way.