Posted by on Jan 14, 2019 in Event, moving image

Sarah has recently joined the collective Bristol Experimental Expanded Film  (BEEF).   BEEF is currently based at The Brunswick Club in Brunswick square, Bristol

Annual open exhibition @ RWA

Posted by on Nov 5, 2017 in exhibition, moving image, sculpture

Sarah has two works on view in the annual open exhibition at The Royal Academy of the West of England, Bristol. Oct 1st to Dec 3rd The installation ‘Allah Chemiah’ and the moving image  ‘Liminal Presence’  

Coal Tree Salt Sea @ Oriel Q

Posted by on Jul 5, 2017 in Artist residency, Event, exhibition, moving image, News

Oriel Q in Narberth, Pembrokeshire will be hosting ‘Coal Tree Salt Sea’ fom 5th August to 2nd September 2017   Sarah has been invited to do  a second residency on Saturday 2nd September where at 2pm she will give a talk and explore Salt Rituals.

Mission Gallery

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in Artists' Books, exhibition, moving image

  A still from Liminal Presence  © Sarah Rhys The moving image of hands leafing through a burned book was made in response to imagining picking up and trying to ‘read’ one of the burned and fragilised books, that would have been found in the streets after the bombings in Al-Mutanabbi Street, which is the […]

Period of Grace exhibition

Posted by on Apr 7, 2013 in Artists' Books, exhibition, moving image, News, prints

  Period of Grace is a curated group show of Bristol and London artists at 42a College Green, BS1 5SH From Wednesday 20th March to 25th April The gallery opening hours are 11am -7pm Wednesday to Sunday Sarah Rhys 2012. ‘Burnt book.’ Still


Posted by on Oct 21, 2012 in moving image, News, photography

The documentation for Re-emergence is now on  the LAND2 website.    

Re-emergence Night Projections.

Posted by on Sep 8, 2012 in exhibition, moving image, News

On the final evening, at the close of the exhibition Re-emergence, there was second pv night and talk, attended by around 45 people, as at the beginning of the exhibition. The moving images were  projected from window sills onto the walls where the murals had once been. People were able to go into down into […]