Interview with Sarah Cook
"I am interested in how an artist shows the same work in lots of different places and how they might show or adapt the work differently for each iteration."
Sarah Cook is a Canadian and British scholar, historian, and curator in the field of new media, digital and contemporary art. Until 2013, Cook was a Research Fellow at the University of Sunderland, where she co-founded the research institute CRUMB – The Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss – with Beryl Graham in 2000, and taught on the MA curating course. She currently holds the post of Reader at The University of Dundee. For many years, she has curated exhibitions of new media art and was instrumental in establishing new media as an academic subject and an accepted art form.