Sarah Wagner is a sculptor and installation artist whose work renders the frailties and strengths wrought by the dynamism of invisible forces on an increasingly unnatural world. Her investigations and renderings of the ecological systems has inspired her to explore exhibition venues as unnatural environments within which to create models for parallel worlds. Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally at Projekt 0047 (Berlin), Homie (Berlin), Muskegon Museum of Art, de Saisset Museum (Santa Clara), Museum of Craft and Folk Art , YBCA , Southern Exposure, New Langton Arts (San Francisco), 21 Grand (Oakland), and Revolution Gallery (Detroit). Wagner’s work has been reviewed in Art Week and Art Papers and is in the Microsoft Collection. She received a Pollock/Krasner Grant in 2009 and a Joan Mitchell Fellowship in 2014. She currently divides her time between Detroit MI, Chattanooga TN and Baltimore MD and is represented by the Patricia Sweetow Gallery in San Francisco. BFA, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Resident, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture; MFA, California College of the Arts.