Sarah Grass (b. 1985, Somers, New York) is an interdisciplinary artist studying narrative consciousness through drawing and sculpture. Her work consists of psychological diagrams, landscapes, and globes mapping imagery that is at once diaristic, political, ecological, and surreal. Carefully penned in permanent black ink without preliminary planning, each work displays an organic evolution of thought and image. Migrating around the drawing surface Grass concentrates on one small area at a time, forming complex webs of carefully rendered images that meander from point to point like a network of plant roots, or the trace of genes in a family lineage. Through this process, she seeks a visual balance among coexisting narratives for a better understanding of what the contemporary human condition of thinking in multiple dimensions, and from multiple perspectives, looks like. Grass holds a BFA in Fine Arts and MFA in Art Practice from The School of Visual Arts in New York, where she received the Alumni Award Thesis Grant, Art Practice Thesis Grant, and the Paula Rhodes Memorial Award for exceptional achievement. Her work has been exhibited internationally, at The Ferry Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand (2018), JustMAD Art Fair, Madrid, Spain (2017), the New School for Social Research, New York, NY (2016), and the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX (2015).