SITUATE / September 2019
Sara Retallick is a recipient of the 2019 Honours Travelling Grants, an award generously supported by RMIT University School of Art. Sara will be participating in a residency with Annea Lockwood and Leah Barclay at CAMP France in September, where she will develop a site-responsive project.
Sara Retallick is an artist based in Melbourne (Naarm), Victoria. Her work explores listening and human perception of sound and time in different listening situations. Integrating sound, video and installation, her practice synthesises fieldwork, collaboration and expanded listening to explore cultural and historical contexts of place.
Retallick has exhibited nationally and internationally at galleries like Bus Projects and Stockroom in Victoria, UNSW Gallery in Sydney and at the nomadic International Symposium of Electronic Art 2018 in Durban, South Africa. She was awarded the RMIT Honours Travelling Grant in 2018, Freedman Foundation Travelling Scholarship in 2017, and her work has been financially supported by Creative Victoria, NAVA and Arts Victoria.
This award is generously supported by RMIT University School of Art.