Sarah Goffman has extensive exhibition history since 1992, in Australia and overseas. Her large range of works centre around site-specific projects and installation with mixed media; predominantly using trash and found objects which she transforms and re-contextualises focusing on consumer exchanges and the metaphysical. She also writes and performs as Lucy the psychiatrist from the cartoon “Peanuts”. In the last four years she has been a recipient of various Japanese residencies, looking at customs and aesthetics. Her work has graduated as a result of this, including performance and video rituals.
Career highlights include Paradise Found at Tin Sheds Gallery, Trashcan Dreams with The Performance Space, Situation at the MCA and a solo show Plastici at Penrith Regional Gallery, converting Margot Lewer’s home into a Japanese show room. Most recently Sarah has exhibited a series of past and present works at Gallery 9, Maximalist Tokonoma. She is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong.