Sarah Dunn is an artist whose practice focuses very clearly upon the observation and consideration of her immediate cultural and natural landscape. Through a process of careful and patient archiving a catalogue of elements is built, within this, its many indexes may now evolve and shift. This ‘catalogue’ may be regarded as an accumulation of stimuli,one in which objects transmute sensibilities; buildings become new habitats, patterns become language and books become birds.  The work uses drawing and writing to begin, it is sculptural, sensitive to changes,personal,social, political, but firmly rooted in the traditions of form, craft and observational relationships.