Born in 1980.
Sarah Tritz stylises and synthesises domestic objects (toys, beds, computers), figures and containers based on an ecology and economy of means that alternates between studio productions (made with recycled packaging and cardboard that are cut-up, painted and assembled) and artisanal works (furniture, ceramics, bronzes). Her work has been exhibited at the FRAC-Artothèque du Limousin in Limoges (2018), at the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard in Paris (2015), at Parc Saint-Léger in Pougues-les-Eaux (2014) and at Bétonsalon in Paris (2008). Her works can be found in the collections of the CNAP, the FMAC (City of Paris), the FRAC-Arthothèque du Limousin, and the FRAC Aquitaine. She was recently awarded a grant from the Crédit Municipale de la Ville de Paris. She currently teaches at ENSAD Paris.