Lives & works in Atlanta (United States) Very active in: 70s, 80s, 90s
Sara Hornbacher is a visual artist working in electronic imaging mediums. The artist spins a melancholic reverie by sequencing carefully selected views of man, nature and technology that flash before the viewer's eyes, evoking emotions that range from nostalgia to frustration to fear. The overall effect creates an uneasy feeling about the implications of recent technological advances.
Her works in video have been screened throughout the United States and in Europe. She is the curator of high-tech video exhibitions and screenings.
She is said to a be a part of the second movement of video artist after Bill Viola among others.