Sarah Oppenheimer

b. 1972 in Austin, USA / Lives and works in New York, USA

P-021110 (detail), 2014 Aluminum, glass and existing architecture Total dimensions variable von Bartha, Basel
P-021110, 2014 Aluminum, glass and existing architecture Total dimensions variable von Bartha, Basel
S-281913, 2016 Aluminum, glass and existing architecture Total dimensions variable. Installation view: Perez Art Museum Miami, USA, 2016
S-281913 Installation view, 2016 Pérez Art Museum Miami
S-281913 Installation view, 2016 Pérez Art Museum Miami
SK-JS_01, 2017 Aluminum, steel, 3d printed ABS (thermoplastic) Dimensions variable
S-11203, 2011 Anodized aluminium (gold & black) 39 x 28 x 12 cm
S-337473, 2017 Aluminum, steel, glass and existing architecture Total dimensions variable Installation view, 2017 Wexner Center for the Arts, USA
S-337473, 2017 Aluminum, steel, glass and existing architecture Total dimensions variable Installation view: Wexner Center for the Arts, USA
33-D, 2014 Installation view Kunsthaus Baselland
33-D, 2014 Installation view Kunsthaus Baselland
33-D, 2014 Installation view Kunsthaus Baselland
D – 33, 2012 Installation view PPOW Gallery, New York
D – 33, 2012 Installation view PPOW Gallery, New York
VP – 41, 2009 Installation view, Art Unlimited Size variable
VP – 41, 2009 Installation view, Art Unlimited Size variable
VP – 41, 2009 Installation view, Art Unlimited Size variable
W – 120301, 2012 Installation view Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
W – 120301, 2012 Installation view Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
S-JT.A, 2014 Aluminium, glass and existing architecture 150 x 130 x 82 cm
P-02 Installation view, 2014 von Bartha, Basel
OE 15_A, 2010 Wood 48,7 x 102 x 49,5 cm
Designed for specific gallery spaces, Oppenheimer’s work deliberately manipulates viewers’ perceptions of the buildings they inhabit by modifying their existing architectural elements, often using the assistance of light and mirrors to disorient the viewer, pulling their eye in new directions and shifting their sense of gravity. Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5RkPmDLOM4