Sarah Tulloch's work investigates the cultural representation of landscape and its relationship to the material fabric of the photographic image.
Double Exposure was produced during Sarah's time on Picture This' Small Wonders Scheme and was her first moving image work. Previously Sarah had worked with found material ranging from 35mm slides to photographs and objects. Small Wonders gave Sarah access to funding as well as technical and curatorial support.
Since graduating from her BA at University of the West of England, Bristol, in 2006 she has won a number of notable awards and fellowships including a UWE/Spike Island Graduate Fellow, 2006 - 2007. She exhibited new slide installation works at Spike Island in 2007 and Sarah completed a MFA at Newcastle University in 2008.