Printed edition. Book made by 10 separate booklets printed on 67 lb. Eural paper, wrapped in 54 lb. Eural paper, with bag of tulle sewn by the artist, 176 pp. 11 x 7.8 inches. Edition of 100. $250
Printed edition. Chicken felt pieces and book printed on Eural paper, cardboard covers with stickers, spiral binding, 5 pop ups and one pattern sheet attached, 5.8 x 4.5 inches, Edition of 158. $50-only book; $250-with chicken felt pieces: $450-whole chicken.
2 dice inside a cardboard box, accordion instructions. 1 x 2 x 1 inches,. Open edition. $25
Lino etching and digital printing. Theater book with poster on the back, 135 lb. Guarro paper, with envelope, 7.1 x 4.4 inches, Edition of 13. $50
I HEAR(t) YOU, 2014
Printed edition. Book with 2 posters and CD, printed on 67 lb.Olin premium white paper, packaged with 200 lb. Gemini paper, stitched binding, 56 pp. 5.9 x 5.9 inches, Edition of 100. $200
Sandra March makes art projects involving different disciplines, in order to create proposals to reevaluate the society building a dialog with the viewer, their community and their context. She understands artistic practice as a way to interpret the past, understand present, and rethink future, by creating poetical narratives with images, text, materials and objects.
In a procedural level undertakes projects starting from a philosophical, educational and artistic research, in order to make a critical, ironic and pedagogical review. Her work revolves mainly around four areas: the concept of corporeality, values and stereotypes associated with gender, how autobiography can reflect the collective imagination, and the books as a beginning, part or the end of their projects.
Sandra March, Bachelor Degree General Education, specialist in Education in Arts (2002, University of Barcelona), Master’s degree in Fine Arts and Philosophy (2005 and 2010, University of Barcelona), was born in La Seu d’Urgell (1974), a little town in Catalonia (Spain). She went to Barcelona to study, and lived there since this year when she moved to Miami (USA).
Sandra has been working on art since 2005. She makes Art Projects involving different disciplines. She has won the IV Grant for art Creation (Vic, 2010) and the First Prize of Experimental Poetry (Valladolid, 2013) among others. She has made artists residencies at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center (2015, Washington DC), AlfaRa StuDio (2014, Salamanca- Spain), and CIEC Foundation (2013, Betanzos-Spain).
She has made solo exhibitions in galleries in Spain (Barcelona, Torroella de Montgrí, Olot), and group exhibitions abroad (Germany, Italy, México, Poland, etc.). Her work is part of the collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington DC), the University of Miami (Florida), the George Mason University (Washington DC), Jaffe Center for book Arts (Florida Atlantic University) and the Museum of the University of Alicante (Spain) among others.