Sarah Oppenheimer

American, b. 1972
Sarah Oppenheimer's work investigates the feedback loop between the built environment and human behavior. Through observation, Oppenheimer records human navigation of architectural structures. This process results in the identification of patterns of use and the subsequent redesign of the spaces under observation. She received her MFA from Yale University. Some of her solo exhibitions include P.P.O.W. in New York; Art Rock at Rockefeller Plaza; Momenta, Brooklyn; Youkobo Art Center, Tokyo; and the Queens Museum.
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