Sarada Rauch






Sarada Rauch is an artist, poet and musician born in Los Angeles and based in Brooklyn. Her work reenacts popular media and personal experience to explore the construction of histories and Otherness. The practice intersects theoretical and practical approaches, connecting time based media with the fields of anthropology, science, history, critical theory and her own cultural backgrounds. Sarada exhibits and performs internationally in spaces such as The Drawing Center, New York; Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn; Hessel Museum of Art, Hudson; RH+ Gallery, Istanbul; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami; Central St. Martins, London; La Conservera Center of Contemporary Art, Cueti; and the RISD Museum, Providence. Artist residencies she has participated in include Open Sessions at the Drawing Center, New York; The LMCC Swing Space, New York; _Hannacc, Barcelona; Greatmore Studios/Triangle Network, Cape Town; Latitude 53, Edmonton; and she received the BBK Saxony Fellowship in Leipzig. Sarada was one of the directors of Heliopolis Gallery in Brooklyn, and is a co-creator of the podcast called Around About. She is an Assistant Professor of New Media and Technology at LaGuardia Community College.