Sarah is the Artistic Director of Lydian Junction and a performance artist.
Lydian Junction was born in 2011, when New York based director Sarah Cameron Sunde brought together dancer Dages Juvelier Keates, composer Christopher Berg, actor Oliver Burns, and video artist Karla Carballar to experiment with performance forms and content. Since then, Lydian Junction has developed site-specific performances for New Georges, Cornelia Street Cafe, 3LD Art & Technology Center, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, [the end], Hybrid Theatreworks, Figment Festival on Governor’s Island, chashama in Harlem, and the [UN]Fair Art Show. Their current project, BORN FOR NOTHING, is being developed at The Watermill Center, Robert Wilson’s Laboratory for Performance.
“Lydian Junction…displays a degree of invention, creativity and courage rarely seen in a traditional performance environment.”
– CHANCE Magazine
36.5 – durational performance with the sea
36.5 is a series of durational performances lasting 12+ hours for a full tidal cycle, low-tide to low-tide. 36.5 / Bass Harbor was featured by the Marina Abramovic Institute and selected by six different curators to be part of their online exhibitions through CURATENYC. 36.5 / Akumal was featured in the art show, Hecho Aqui, at the Akumal International Artist Residency in Akumal, Mexico. Next iterations: Amsterdam and Venice Lido in 2015.