Toronto, ON, Canada
Sarah Palmer is a photographer based in Toronto, Canada. Her work focuses on the relationship between place, memory, and cultures on the cusp of change. She photographs on film, and composes multi-frame exposures in-camera, with no manipulation in post.
The goal with the style of photography she works within is to engage a different view on the narrative, while also enabling the viewer to apply their own experiences and perceptions to the images; making them more than simply a record of an event or time.
The physical process involved with this kind of shooting is vital to her vision as an artist; as it allows her to connect otherwise disconnected moments, create a strong sense of environment, and convey how she feels to the viewer in a nostalgic, narrative-driven way.
Her work has been published in The Walrus, Canadian Art, BBC, HUCK, LensCulture, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, CBC Arts, Refinery29 and Maclean’s magazine among others. It’s been exhibited internationally in group shows, as well as a solo show in Toronto for her series, Drunk on Trump.
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