- BA, University of Toronto
Sarah has an interest in continental philosophy (although she doesn’t love that title) beginning in the 19th century and spanning to the present day. She is particularly interested in how philosophy can be used as a lens to capture the realities of certain present day topics, particularly the philosophy of contemporary art, contemporary theatre practices, and the intersection between art, public spaces and civic discourse. Sarah is also the public art columnist for Spacing Magazine, where she vents about some of her philosophical queries relating to public art.
Aesthetics, Continental Philosophy