“…She was the newest member in the foundry: she had to study first. After the arts high school, she attended the sculpture course at the Academy of fine arts in Florence and graduated with the highest mark cum laude. Some said that she was skilful, but I thought that she was even better when, after finishing her studies, she occasionally worked with me. The routine, the repetition of the same gestures each day, may incredibly lead to the revelation of a miracle, something that we didn’t know before; who knows how many times this has happened!
Her real school, as happed with me, was the foundry, a place where you learn and gain experience through practical activities and teachings.
Sarah’s sculptures reflect her desires, expectations and conception of the world, or rather as it should be. A world suspended between game and the absurdity of life. Among doubts and certainties, she has followed her path, one footstep at a time, not necessarily in the desired direction, but always and inevitably ahead.”