Sarah Allen Eagen
Sarah Allen Eagen is a New York City-based artist originally from Toronto, Canada. Her artwork examines contemporary notions of beauty, obsession, identity, and intimacy. Inspired by technology, fashion, and the intersection of art and science, her work explores interpersonal relationships in the twenty-first century where intimacy is often replaced with immediacy. Eagen has exhibited her work extensively in the United States and Canada and has had work featured at The Propeller Center for the Arts and the Art Gallery of Ontario. In 2011, Eagen was one of three lead female artists that co-created created “Honey I’m Home!”, an interactive film project that explored diversity and stereotypes that was featured at the Nuit Blanche Contemporary Art Festival. That same year, she used organized and lead a team of students that placed 5th out of 3,000 in the global youth think tank “The Challenge: Future Competition.