Sarah Turner Biography | Wikipedia
Sarah Turner is a famous British artist, writer, curator, filmmaker, and academic. Additionally, her moving image work is known for its preoccupation with form and its interplay between abstraction and narration.
Sarah Turner Age|Birthday
Turner is 36 years old as of 2023. Besides, she was born in 1987. However, it is not known when she celebrates her birthday since she has not revealed her exact date and month f birth in the public.
Sarah Turner Height |weight
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Sarah Turner Family | Parents | Siblings
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Nationality | Ethnicity
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Sarah Turner Husband
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Sarah Turner Career
She has lectured at the University of Kent from 2002, first as senior lecturer in film studies then became appointed director of fine art in 2012.
Moreover, she describes her work as “characterized by explorations of technologies, experimental approaches to writing and as well an engagement with experiences of narrative, immersion and besides embodiment within the long form film” with the governing aesthetic of “the space between abstraction and narration and also working around affect”
Recent long form serves have been supported by Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) and also Arts Council England. Additionally, she has long been interested in storytelling methods and devices, and it was an interest in literature that originally propelled her interest in language: ideas expressed in time and also space, which led to her serve in film.
Early interest in alternative media and storytelling
Moreover in 2004, she was the writer in residence at the University of York, and besides the recipient of a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council in order to investigate and as well produce an ‘alternative to a script-based filmmaking practice during an innovative, location-based process that exploits the responsive potential of digital video technologies’.
In regards to this, she wrote an article concerning her own processes in developing Ecology (then titled The Mills) and also the industry’s attitude to scriptwriting more generally, which has been as well archived by Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design’s British Artists’ Film and Video Study Collection project.
Likewise, for the Birds Eye View Film Festival 2008, she orchestrated an (innovative cinematic symphony of women’s voices from around the world) in an interactive mobile phone filmmaking project. Moreover, the project invited participants to engage by making a quick film on a mobile phone, on the theme ‘overheated’. Besides, A live edit took place at the Institute of Contemporary Art with sound designer Annabelle Pangbourn.
- She Wanted Green Lawns 4′ (1989)
- One and the other time 5′ (1990)
- A Tale Part Told 4′ (1991)
- Sheller Shares her Secret 8′ (1994)
- A Life in a Day with Helena Goldwater 25′ (1996)
- CUT 18′ (1999)
- London Birds Can’t Fly 11′ (2003)
- Ecology (2007)
- Overheated Symphony 10′ (2008)
- Perestroika (2009)
- This is not a Pier (2011)
- perestroika: reconstructed (2013)
- public house (2016)
Sarah Turner Education
Moreover, she studied Fine Art, Film and Video at St Martin’s School of Art in the late eighties, accompanied by an MA at the Slade School of Fine Art.
Sarah Turner Net worth| Salary
Turner has an estimated net worth of around $42 Million approximately. However, her total earnings is under review.