Sarah Firmin          “Big Bang”, Celebrating CERN,

Sheffield University

Welcome to 2016, definitely a year of spatial exploration.

I share in the wonderment at the new technologies, new discoveries and human enterprise, and I’m still spilling over boundaries between art and science.

Whatever subject I choose this year, it will be an involvement with near and far, large and small, up and down, and dark and light.

  Big Bang, Celebration CERN, Sheffield UniverWelcomWelcome to my websiteThis is a collection of my work that spans from the 1950’s to the present day. In the 1950’s I started with my seminal screen-printing artworks and textiles, continuing into the ‘60’s and ‘70’s when I was one of the leading artists working with Heals. In the ‘80’s and ‘90’s I became a book artist and set up and ran the Paper Group, with images of my book art in the Ephemera collection at Tate Britain. In the ‘90’s and 2000’s I developed art for well-being, this was a development of art I had started investigating in the ‘70’s with pieces such as Human Aura which was shown at the ICA. At the turn of the century I began merging the boundaries of art and science in particular with a celebration of CE