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Sara Jimenez, The Edge of Dwelling (2019). Inkjet prints of colonial photography, Papier-mâché, 3 channel sound installation (in collaboration with Lau Nau), 20 x 15 x 10 feet (Dimensions variable of sculptures inside). 240 x 120 x 180 in. Photo by Stefan Hagen .

Sara Jimenez explores the material embodiment of deep transcultural memories. As a Filipinx-Canadian artist, she is interested in materializing narratives around ideas of origins and home, loss and absence. She works in installation, collage, sculpture, and performance, to create visual metaphors that allude to mythical environments and reimagined artifacts. Among other things, she sources familial narratives, marginalized histories, abandoned objects, colonial texts and photos, and textiles. Through material experimentation, she combines and rearranges these elements to complicate pre-existing concepts of place, lineage, and temporality.