Sarah Feehily (b. 1987, Sligo, Ireland) has two main medium strands that converge in her practice; one is image based and the other sculptural. The relationship between image and object is constant. The premise for the work is a subversion of minimal formalist sculptural language. Subversion occurs in the work through idiosyncratic research and work processes. Formalism is concerned with such notions as wholeness, distance, presence and reduction, whilst she negate this she also work with these concerns. The work, unlike minimalist works, does make reference to things outside itself and freely utilizes other media.