S A R A H  G I L L I N G H A M  S C H O R R

WWW.SARAHSCHORR.COM


EDUCATION

2017  PhD in media studies, concentration in photographic theory and practice, Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK

2005  MFA in photo, video and related media, Chairman’s Honors, School of Visual Arts, NY, US

1999  BA in English literature, Wesleyan University, CT, US


EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND ARTIST TALKS

-Director’s Prize (solo show), The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, US (2022/2023))

-Body of Water, Feves Gallery, Pendelton, USA (2022)

-The Color of Water (solo show), Northern Photographic Centre, Oulu, FI (2022)

-Boxed/Unboxed, Godsbanen, Aarhus, DK (2022)

-Women In Photography (artist talk), FotoNostrum Gallery, Barcelona, Spain (2021)

-The Color of Water (solo show), Galleri Image, Aarhus, DK (2021)

-Body of Water, CUB Gallery, Pullman, USA (2021)

-Photobook week (artist talk), Aarhus, DK (2021)

-Body of Water, Holme Kunsthal, Holme, DK (2021)

-Photomontage: Constructed Realities, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, USA (2020)

-Portraits, The Center for Fine Art Photography (2020)

-26th Annual Juried Exhibition, Griffin Museum (2020)

-Liquid, Praxis Gallery & Arts Center, Minneapolis, US (2020)

-Corona: It’s All About the Light (online) Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, US (2020)

-Julia Margaret Cameron Awards (first prize - nude), FofoNostrum Gallery, Barcelona, Spain (2020)

-The Color of Water (solo show), Countee Cullen Library, New York, US (2020)

-Fluid Boundaries (solo show), Hospice Søholm, Viby, DK (2019)

-Water, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, US 2019

-Screenshooting Impermanence (artist talk), Moesgaard Museum, Højberg, DK 2019

-Fluid Boundaries (solo show), Rådhuset, Aarhus, DK 2019

-Desire and the Automated Image, Galleri Image, Aarhus, DK 2019

-Museum of Random Memory, Concordia Blackbox: AoIR conference, Montréal, CA 2018

-Fluid Boundaries (solo show),Vandrehallen Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2018

-Screenshooting (artist talk), RIXC Art Science Festival, Riga, LV 2017

-Museum of Random Memory (workshop/installation), Museu del Disseny, Barcelona, ES 2017

-Museum of Random Memory (workshop/installation), Counterplay Festival DOKK1, Aarhus, DK 2017

-Social Photography: Photography in the Context of Social Media (PhD defence), Aarhus, DK 2017

-Social in the Media, Media in the Social (paper), SMID, Middelfart, DK 2016    

-Museum of Random Memory (workshop/installation), Counterplay Festival DOKK1, Aarhus, DK 2016

-Selfie Day (workshop/installation), Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2016

-Visualizing Digital Methodologies (workshop), Harvard Innovation Center, Cambridge, US 2015

-Visual Methods, Visual Culture (workshop), Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2015

-Sophie in Nepal (solo show), Mithala Yain Gallery, Kathmandu, NP 2013

-Social Photography, Beyond Representation Conference (paper), London, UK 2012

-Visual Methods, Visual Culture (workshop), Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2012

-Death, Materiality, and Time (installation), Museum of Cultural History, Oslo, NO 2012

-Social Photography (paper), The Transformative Museum, Roskilde, DK 2012

-29 x 29, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York, US 2012

-Social Photography (paper), Etno Årsmøde, Moesgaard Museum, Højberg, DK 2012

-Transformer (solo show), Yancey Richardson Gallery*, New York, US 2007

-Steel Butterflies (solo show), Gallery 9, Kathmandu, NP 2006

-Borrowed Glitter (MFA show), SVA Gallery, New York, US 2005

-Starlets (solo show), Scalo Project Space, New York, US 2004


PUBLICATIONS

-Schorr, Sarah. Griffin Museum Catalogue: The Color of Water. The Griffin Museum. Winchester, USA. (Forthcoming 2023)

-Schorr, Sarah and Winnie Soon. “Screenshooting Impermanence” in “Impermanence” edited by H. Geismar, T. Otto, and C. Warner, London, England: UCL Press (2022).

-Schorr, Sarah, Gabriel Periera, and Carlos Oliviera. “The Algorithmic Sea.” Digital Review. (2021)

-Schorr, Sarah. “The Color of Water.” Galleri Image. Odder, DK ( 2021)

-Schorr, Sarah and Winnie Soon. “Screenshooting Life Online” in “Ways of Being in the Digital Age”, edited by A.  Markham and K. Tiidenberg. Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang (2020).

-Schorr, Sarah. "The Bereavement Project: Picturing Time and Loss through Photographs in the Landscape of New Media." I “Mediating and Remediating Death”, edited by D. Refslund Christensen og K. Sandvik, 75-88. Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited, (2014). 

-Schorr, Sarah and Cameron Warner. "The Photographed Gift." Cultural Anthropology  (2015). *

-Schorr, Sarah. “Social Photography: Photographic Practices in the Context of Social Media.”  Aarhus, Danmark: Aarhus University Dissertation, 2016. *

-Schorr, Sarah. “Borrowed Glitter,” The Yancey Richardson Gallery: Hyderabad, IN, (2007).


NOTABLE AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS


2022 Appointed Munn Artist in residence at Monet House by the Versailles Foundation 

2021 Terra Foundation for American Art Fellowship/Residency in Giverny, France

2021 Honorable Mention, Pollux Awards (category of digital manipulation)

2020 Director’s Prize, Griffin Museum of Photography

2020 Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, first prize nude

2020 Grant from the Danish Art Foundation

2020 Grant from the Ministry of Culture - Aarhus

2014-2017 Mobility PhD Fellowship Danish Research Council


TEACHING


Sarah Schorr has developed and taught the following 4 original fully enrolled courses for Aarhus University, Denmark: Photography in a New Media Environment (BA), PhotoJournalism in the Context of New Media (MA), and Photography & Social Media (MA) and, most recently, Visual Communication & Social Media (BA). She also taught Forming a Photographic Story (BA)  at Middlebury College and worked as a teaching assistant at the School of Visual Arts in the USA.


 

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S A R A H  G I L L I N G H A M  S C H O R R

WWW.SARAHSCHORR.COM


EDUCATION

2017  PhD in media studies, concentration in photographic theory and practice, Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK

2005  MFA in photo, video and related media, Chairman’s Honors, School of Visual Arts, NY, US

1999  BA in English literature, Wesleyan University, CT, US


EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND ARTIST TALKS

-Director’s Prize (solo show), The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, US (2022/2023))

-Body of Water, Feves Gallery, Pendelton, USA (2022)

-The Color of Water (solo show), Northern Photographic Centre, Oulu, FI (2022)

-Boxed/Unboxed, Godsbanen, Aarhus, DK (2022)

-Women In Photography (artist talk), FotoNostrum Gallery, Barcelona, Spain (2021)

-The Color of Water (solo show), Galleri Image, Aarhus, DK (2021)

-Body of Water, CUB Gallery, Pullman, USA (2021)

-Photobook week (artist talk), Aarhus, DK (2021)

-Body of Water, Holme Kunsthal, Holme, DK (2021)

-Photomontage: Constructed Realities, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, USA (2020)

-Portraits, The Center for Fine Art Photography (2020)

-26th Annual Juried Exhibition, Griffin Museum (2020)

-Liquid, Praxis Gallery & Arts Center, Minneapolis, US (2020)

-Corona: It’s All About the Light (online) Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, US (2020)

-Julia Margaret Cameron Awards (first prize - nude), FofoNostrum Gallery, Barcelona, Spain (2020)

-The Color of Water (solo show), Countee Cullen Library, New York, US (2020)

-Fluid Boundaries (solo show), Hospice Søholm, Viby, DK (2019)

-Water, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, US 2019

-Screenshooting Impermanence (artist talk), Moesgaard Museum, Højberg, DK 2019

-Fluid Boundaries (solo show), Rådhuset, Aarhus, DK 2019

-Desire and the Automated Image, Galleri Image, Aarhus, DK 2019

-Museum of Random Memory, Concordia Blackbox: AoIR conference, Montréal, CA 2018

-Fluid Boundaries (solo show),Vandrehallen Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2018

-Screenshooting (artist talk), RIXC Art Science Festival, Riga, LV 2017

-Museum of Random Memory (workshop/installation), Museu del Disseny, Barcelona, ES 2017

-Museum of Random Memory (workshop/installation), Counterplay Festival DOKK1, Aarhus, DK 2017

-Social Photography: Photography in the Context of Social Media (PhD defence), Aarhus, DK 2017

-Social in the Media, Media in the Social (paper), SMID, Middelfart, DK 2016    

-Museum of Random Memory (workshop/installation), Counterplay Festival DOKK1, Aarhus, DK 2016

-Selfie Day (workshop/installation), Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2016

-Visualizing Digital Methodologies (workshop), Harvard Innovation Center, Cambridge, US 2015

-Visual Methods, Visual Culture (workshop), Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2015

-Sophie in Nepal (solo show), Mithala Yain Gallery, Kathmandu, NP 2013

-Social Photography, Beyond Representation Conference (paper), London, UK 2012

-Visual Methods, Visual Culture (workshop), Aarhus University, Aarhus, DK 2012

-Death, Materiality, and Time (installation), Museum of Cultural History, Oslo, NO 2012

-Social Photography (paper), The Transformative Museum, Roskilde, DK 2012

-29 x 29, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York, US 2012

-Social Photography (paper), Etno Årsmøde, Moesgaard Museum, Højberg, DK 2012

-Transformer (solo show), Yancey Richardson Gallery*, New York, US 2007

-Steel Butterflies (solo show), Gallery 9, Kathmandu, NP 2006

-Borrowed Glitter (MFA show), SVA Gallery, New York, US 2005

-Starlets (solo show), Scalo Project Space, New York, US 2004


PUBLICATIONS

-Schorr, Sarah. Griffin Museum Catalogue: The Color of Water. The Griffin Museum. Winchester, USA. (Forthcoming 2023)

-Schorr, Sarah and Winnie Soon. “Screenshooting Impermanence” in “Impermanence” edited by H. Geismar, T. Otto, and C. Warner, London, England: UCL Press (2022).

-Schorr, Sarah, Gabriel Periera, and Carlos Oliviera. “The Algorithmic Sea.” Digital Review. (2021)

-Schorr, Sarah. “The Color of Water.” Galleri Image. Odder, DK ( 2021)

-Schorr, Sarah and Winnie Soon. “Screenshooting Life Online” in “Ways of Being in the Digital Age”, edited by A.  Markham and K. Tiidenberg. Frankfurt, Germany: Peter Lang (2020).

-Schorr, Sarah. "The Bereavement Project: Picturing Time and Loss through Photographs in the Landscape of New Media." I “Mediating and Remediating Death”, edited by D. Refslund Christensen og K. Sandvik, 75-88. Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited, (2014). 

-Schorr, Sarah and Cameron Warner. "The Photographed Gift." Cultural Anthropology  (2015). *

-Schorr, Sarah. “Social Photography: Photographic Practices in the Context of Social Media.”  Aarhus, Danmark: Aarhus University Dissertation, 2016. *

-Schorr, Sarah. “Borrowed Glitter,” The Yancey Richardson Gallery: Hyderabad, IN, (2007).


NOTABLE AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS


2022 Appointed Munn Artist in residence at Monet House by the Versailles Foundation 

2021 Terra Foundation for American Art Fellowship/Residency in Giverny, France

2021 Honorable Mention, Pollux Awards (category of digital manipulation)

2020 Director’s Prize, Griffin Museum of Photography

2020 Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, first prize nude

2020 Grant from the Danish Art Foundation

2020 Grant from the Ministry of Culture - Aarhus

2014-2017 Mobility PhD Fellowship Danish Research Council


TEACHING


Sarah Schorr has developed and taught the following 4 original fully enrolled courses for Aarhus University, Denmark: Photography in a New Media Environment (BA), PhotoJournalism in the Context of New Media (MA), and Photography & Social Media (MA) and, most recently, Visual Communication & Social Media (BA). She also taught Forming a Photographic Story (BA)  at Middlebury College and worked as a teaching assistant at the School of Visual Arts in the USA.


 

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