Sarah Reinbold (1993) is a German artist currently living and working in Utrecht, the Netherlands. She grew up north of Bavaria, Germany and moved to the Netherlands to study Fine Art at HKU in Utrecht where she graduated in July 2019. Since then Sarah’s works are all part of the continuously growing installation called “Zwischen Hier und Dort” which origin can be found in the confrontation with loss and grief she’s been enduring. Sarah is circling around the same unanswered questions repeatedly and is always searching for memories from the past. Besides that she is trying to grasp what the present or even future could have looked like.
Sarah’s installations mostly consist of several sculptures that can be recognised as daily objects, but deformed, in combination with colourful abstract shapes which she refers to as feelings. The bright colours remind her of certain attributes of her childhood. The fragile sculptures are a reflection of nostalgia and homesickness. Sarah is working with several materials such as ceramics, plaster and glas fibre. The fragility of ceramics and plaster can be understand as an interpretation of how she experiences her memories, almost too delicate to touch.