Sarah Cameron Sunde is an interdisciplinary artist and director working at the intersection of performance, video, and public art. She is creator of 36.5 /A Durational Performance with the Sea, a project spanning seven years and six continents, and co-founder of Works on Water, a new cultural institution dedicated to supporting artists working on, in, and with bodies of water.
For 16 years she served as Deputy Artistic Director of New Georges, and is recognized internationally as Jon Fosse’s American director/translator (five U.S. debut productions; translations published by PAJ). Her work has been seen at 3LD Art & Technology Center, EFA Project Space, Rattlestick, Kennedy Center, Guthrie Theater, and presented internationally in Norway, The Netherlands, Bangladesh, Mexico, China, Uganda, Iraqi Kurdistan, and United Arab Emirates. Residencies include LMCC Workspace, Watermill Center, and Hermitage Foundation. Awards include Princess Grace Foundation-USA, Creative Climate 1st prize, LMCC Creative Engagement. She holds a BA in Theater from UCLA and MFA in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice from CUNY / City College.