Sara MacKillop

  • Installation view

    Capsule 06

    Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2016

  • ›Laptop book‹, 2016

    Billposters on cardboard, laptop stand

  • Installation view

    ›Window Display‹, 2016

    Pop -up Wrapping paper, Digital print on cut cardboard, Wrapping paper, counter roll, Giant plastic pen lid

  • 2014

    Wrapping paper, plastic clamps, wrapping paper

    dimensions variable

  • Installation view

    ›Window Display‹, 2016

    Wrapping paper, Book cover, Wrapping paper on counter rolls, Uv printing on library cover

  • ›12 exercise books (with table)‹, 2009

    Paper, desk

    about 150 x 73 x71,5 cm

     

  • ›12 exercise books (with table)‹, 2009 (detail)

    Paper, desk

    about 150 x 73 x71,5 cm

     

  • ›Rolls / listing paper‹, 2012

    Archival ink jet print (framed)

    31 x 40 cm

  • Installation view

    Volume 3

    Clages, 2012

  • Installation view

    ›three pens‹

    String, plasticpen sleeves

    Dimensions variable

    2012

  • Installation view

    ›book cover‹

    Dimensions variable

    2012

     

  • Installation view

    Volume 3

    Clages, 2012

  • ›Pen / Pen 1‹, 2012

    archival ink jet print (framed)

    31 x 40 cm

  • ›blinds‹, 2011

    wrapping paper wire

    Dimensions variable

    Installation view Sorlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand, Norwegen

  • ›jigsaw puzzles‹, 2011

    Faded jigsaw puzzles

    Dimensions variable

    Installation view Sorlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand, Norwegen

  • Installation view

    paper room

    Sorlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand, Norwegen

    ›listing paper‹, 2011

    Adjusted wallpaper

    Dimensions variable

     

  • ›Calender‹, 2009

    Paper, cardboard

    18 x 22,5 cm

    This is a calender made out of raffle tickets which are used in England for tombola's and prize draws. As the viewer moves through the months the layout of the tickets changes as way of thinking about how the days and time advance.

  • ›32 Photocopied pages‹, 2009

    Paper

    20 x 14,5 cm

    I noticed that when photocopying texts from books that the edge of the book and the physical nature of the original object was already visible. So I decided to make a book where most of the text was missing and the edges and the gutter of the book were the subject.

  • ›LP cover‹, 2009

    Paper

    18 x 18 cm

    I was thinking about the relationship of a record to the record cover and the way in which it should illustrate the subject of the record. I decided to make a sleeve that just celebrated the physical nature of a record.

  • ›Book Cover‹, 2009

    Paper

    19 x 12,5 cm

    This is a book cover from a found secondhand book. The image of the typewriter was printed across the cover so I decided to fold it in on itself to make a centrespread so the whole image could be viewed at one time.  There is one page added for context and the staples are inserted as though the book cover was still on the outside.

  • ›2 books‹, 2008

  • ›2 books‹, 2008

  • ›2 keyrings‹, 2008

    Installation

  • ›pages‹, ›2 books‹, 2008

  • ›tags‹, 2008

    Paper, textile

    Dimensions variable

  • ›12 exercise books (with table)‹, 2009

    Paper, desk

    about 150 x 73 x71,5 cm

  • ›12 exercise books (with table)‹, 2009

    Paper, desk

    about 150 x 73 x71,5 cm

     

CV

Past Exhibitions at Clages:
2016
2014
2012
2010
2008