Sophia Sobers is an interdisciplinary artist who creates sculptures, installations and environments as an ongoing process of investigating the boundaries between science, nature and the spiritual. She received her MFA in Digital + Media at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2013 and a BS in Architecture at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2011.
contact: studio.sobers [@] gmail.com
about the work
- Sometimes, plants are involved.
- Sometimes, a space sits empty.
- Sometimes, a vision grows in the head.
- Sometimes, current reality is just not good enough.
- Sometimes, I work with plants.
- Sometimes, plants teach me things about life.
- Sometimes, as in all the time, they tend to fill up my living space.
- Sometimes, plants make their way into my work.
- Sometimes, light is involved. It is essential.
- Sometimes, it’s natural.
- Sometimes, artificial.
- Sometimes, as in a majority of the time, these plants are bound by fabric.
- Sometimes, as in fifty percent of the time, plants are grouped together with chairs and tables and called “sculptures.”
- Sometimes, as in a quarter of the time, I scan them with devices to rebuild their physical presence – digitally, these become virtual presences.
- Sometimes, as in ten percent of the time, I photograph them.
- Sometimes, as in none of the time, and all of the time simultaneously, I just look at them, and absorb their presence.
- Sometimes, I just want to communicate to the world using a living medium as my medium.
- Sometimes, as in all the time, this is my art.