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14 March 2013

Sarah Hirst is currently in her 3rd and final year on a fine art degree. The theme of her work is about exploring the masks we wear in everyday life. She has been blogging on DAO as a way of recording her thought processes and progress in making her final film piece.

The gallery here represents a series of Dream Watercolours. She says:

"My dreams and hallucinations are a reflection of my subconcious and so my research has led me down the path of surrealism. I experimented with automatic drawing, which helped me as a device to stay in lectures. Here are a few paintings made in response to my dreams."

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Sarah Hirst

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15 March 2013

Sounds interesting, would love to hear more about the lecture :)

Marian

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15 March 2013

Hi -- went to a lecture by Oliver Sacks at Warwick on Monday. He has a book I can't wait to read called 'Hallucinations'. Hope to write something up about the lecture. Was fascinating.

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