Sarah Mosca is an artist and curator currently based in Sydney. Her practice explores the sculptural possibilities and materiality of photographs and investigates ideas regarding optimism, failure and history. Sarah has exhibited in Berlin, Iceland, Sydney and Melbourne and is currently represented by by Galerie Pompom in Sydney. She has been awarded significant national and international residencies as well as funding from the Australia Council for the Arts.
Sarah is currently co-director of curatorial initiative SuperKaleidoscope, a collective she founded in Berlin with Kim Fasher. Collaborating since 2010 they have curated projects in Berlin, Sydney and Melbourne. SuperKaleidoscope has been awarded an Australia Council OYEA Grant, a Firstdraft Emerging Curators Grant, a NAVA Artists’ Grant and were semi-finalists in both the 2011 and 2012 British Council Realise Your Dream Awards. Recent projects include; curators of ‘Parlour’ for 13 Rooms Kaldor Public Art Projects, ‘Photo-Sculpture: pictures, objects and paradox’ held at MOP Projects, Sydney, ‘Re-Performance’ guest-editors of Das Superpaper Issue #26 and ‘Mono No Aware’ at as part of the Linden Innovators Program, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne.
Mosca holds an honours degree from the National Art School and a Masters of Art Administration from COFA, UNSW.