Sarah Staton is a British artist known for works which combine traditional craft techniques with cutting edge technology.
Born in 1961, she graduated from Saint Martin’s School of Art in 1988 and has exhibited extensively in the UK and abroad. In 2002, Staton was awarded the Henry Moore Sculpture Fellow at Sheffield Hallam before going on to receive the Arts Foundation Sculpture Prize in January 2008. Her recent public work at Bristol University was shortlisted for a 2017 Brick Award.
Staton’s multifaceted artistic practice incorporates inspiration from graphic designers, furniture designers, architects, and cultural critics, who she works with frequently. She has been involved in a number of collaborative projects with artists and architects and has undertaken several public commissions. Her works are held in numerous public collections including the Arts Council, Tate and British Museum, and in private collections in Europe and the US.
Sarah Staton is Senior Tutor in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art and currently lives and works in London.