Sarah Cole and Annis Joslin are visual artists who have been collaborating together since 2017.
Their approach is to make work through conversation and workshops with others, exploring lived experiences within a supportive, experimental framework. These social art encounters lead to the making of co-authored video, drawings, texts, images, performances, installations and presentations.
Their work includes; STATIC, an award winning 360 video, LAZY, a narrated video made with 360, dance and green screen, Messy Business, six short films made with survivors of domestic violence, The Change, an experiment in collage and archive film, and STUCK, a silent dance video projected in crystal ball format.
In 2022 they received an Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grant to develop new work in partnership with Brighton Women's Centre, Phoenix Arts Space and FuseBox, Wired Sussex. This project, SHIFT, is phase one of research & development towards a larger scale 360 / immersive artwork, and also involves a collaboration with Acting Our Age, Flexer & Sandliland's intergenerational movement group. In addition, Cole & Joslin received an A-N Artist's Bursary in 2021, providing mentoring with film-maker Andrew Kotting and technical learning with Inkibit, a female-led VR/AR creative collective.
This website is for their joint work.
To see their individual work, please go to: