Sarah Blissett is a PhD candidate based in London. Her practice and research explores ecology and food in performance, through a study of algae organisms and ecosystems. Her work considers how modes and materialities of cooking, tasting and digesting can reveal new insights into ecological interdependencies, disrupting anthropocentric narratives of production and consumption. Sarah is a member of the London-based artist collective Water Bodies, and has collaborated on a series of projects as part of the 2018 Whitstable Biennale, following work with LADA in 2017. Her research and writings have been published in online journals including FEAST and Something Other.
Sarah Blissett is the navigator of the Kelp Curing Research Strand of the Kelp Congress.