Sarah-Mace Dennis is a female artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.
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Trained in collaborative, interdisciplinary arts practice at the School of Arts, Griffith University, Sarah-Mace Dennis is an cross-disciplinary artist and researcher whose work utilizes traditional and emerging technologies in its exploration of issues related to landscape, the built environment, memory, perception, consciousness, space and place. She has produced work for exhibitions, conferences, screenings and public readings throughout Australia, and her creative and critical writing has been published in various Australian journals.

Since 2004, Sarah has collaborated with Svenja Kratz on a range of media arts projects exploring presence, absence and the passing of time. In 2004 they participated in Bathurst Regional Art Gallery’s Hill End Artist in Residence Program and in 2005 were selected for Marrickville City Council’s Local and National Artist in Residence Program. Funded by the Literature Board of the Australia Council for the Arts, their recent work, Diorama: Constructing a Virtual Memory was launched as part of Electro-online 2007. In the same year they were commissioned by Artworkers Alliance and the State Library of QLD to create Where Whispers Walk, an interactive video animation produced in collaboration with Archie Moore for the foyer of the State Library of Queensland.