Sarah is a social worker, writer, and artist based in Chicago. Coming from a background in clinical research, her interests span multiple areas (neuroscience, bioethics, psychoanalysis, film, language, aesthetics) and converge in her writing and creative work in visual narrative design. Her current projects include a digital storytelling platform exploring connections between philosophy and science. Sarah earned her MSW from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
hyperreality / assemblage art / slow cinema / libraries / Klara Sax
culture.clinic is an experimental publishing platform that challenges the boundaries between scientific and humanistic ways of knowing. We support collaborative work across disciplines, languages, continents, viewpoints, media, and methods. Written submissions are developed into visual narratives that integrate text, images, animations, and interactive design. We intend to publish two issues per annum, loosely structured around a central theme.