Sarah Grass  (b. 1985, Somers, New York) is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Her practice consists of drawings and spaces: psychological diagrams, landscapes, and 3-D models created to activate narrative thinking. Interested in storytelling as a method for feeling through excess data and rooting oneself in harsh climates (political, emotional and apocalyptical), she focuses on information-dense territories such as the Internet, urban landscapes, wildlife, overlapping histories, and emotional/psychological trauma. Fusing political, biological, and psychological research with personal experience and apophenia, Grass spins web-like impressions around overwhelming unknowns: the effects of late capitalism, climate change, violent threat, narrative history, contemporary mental heath, and confused identity. Straying from traditional story devices and authoritarian notions of progress, her narratives are impressionistic, informed by a wandering process of observational walks, web searches, automatic writing and drawing. She 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, most recently 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).