Sari (*1992) is an artist and architect who lives and works in Zurich. She studied Photography at Lofoten Folkehøgskole in Kabelvåg (NOR) and Architecture at ETH Zurich (CH). Currently she is completing her Master in Fine Arts at the Zurich University of the Arts. Between 2009 - 2016, she visited schools in Mexico, Norway and Peru and worked at Smiljan Radic’s office in Santiago de Chile.

In her multidisciplinary work she is interested in the relationships of cultures towards nature. Her research-based practice combines cartography, territorial analysis and drawing to trace the various forms of the humans appropriation of the earth’s surface. Through the use of photography, her work focuses on landscapes in transformation, researching the many forms, appearances and outcomes of planetary urbanization.

She won the 2011 youth culture prize of the City of Frauenfeld in the category of art and more recently was awarded the ZHdK-Avina Fund for Students. In 2017, she also co-founded the Chakana Project, a non-profit organization based between Switzerland and the Amazon rainforest. 

Recent exhibitions include "Kunstpause", Zug (2018) and the participation in the "Multispecies Salon" at the Manifesta 12 public program together with a group of ZHdK MFA students and exhibiting artist Uriel Orlow, Palermo (2018).