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 created to activate narrative thinking. She composes imagery through stream of consciousness augmented by internet search engines, harkening to the Surrealists with an added layer of cyborgian interconnectivity. Carefully penned in permanent black ink without preliminary planning, each work displays an evolution of human/machine-minded thoughts that are nevertheless recorded through the organic movements of a human hand. Through this process, she aims to find a visual balance among coexisting narratives. 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 JustMAD Art Fair, Madrid, Spain (2017), the New School for Social Research, New York, NY (2016), and the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX (2015).