“Throughout her career, Sarrita Hunn has consistently considered how templates and grids condition our ability to properly see, with the worlds of commercial printing and graphic design informing her multivaried approaches to painting. Taking the form of banners, sculpture, and video, but characteristically in dialogue with painting and information technology, her work has always multiplied out from pixels and rigid systems in increasing complexity.”
– Excerpt from “End-User: A Guide to Sarrita Hunn’s Fuzzy Logic” by James McAnally.
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Sarrita Hunn’s multidisciplinary studio practice explores how information is mediated through cognitive and technological processes. She received a BA in Studio Art, Art History and Philosophy from Drury University in 2001, a MFA in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts in 2004 and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2006. Her work has been exhibited internationally over the past decade at such venues as Laumeier Sculpture Park (St. Louis, MO) and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), and with artist-run spaces and projects across the globe including Andrea Zittel’s A-Z West (Joshua Tree, CA), Spor Klübü (Berlin, Germany) and recently at Koh-i-noor (Copenhagen, Denmark) with sponsorship from the Danish Arts Council. Since co-founding Temporary Art Review in 2011, Sarrita has also worked with more than 70 writers and contributing editors to published over 250 profiles, reviews, interviews and essays that focus on alternative spaces and critical exchange across the United States.