Recent work has included installation work, independent research and local community engaged projects.
Sherrie Edgar has regionally exhibited work regionally, at Eastside Projects Birmingham, Ort Gallery Birmingham, The Gap Birmingham, MAC Birmingham, The Arches Birmingham, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Albany Theatre Coventry, Artspace Coventry, Coventry Cathedral, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum Coventry, FarGo Village The BOX Coventry, The Pod Coventry, The Tin Music and Arts Coventry, DisORDER live Wolverhampton, Asylum Gallery Wolverhampton, Newcastle University Performance Research Dept., Community Art Festival - Art Connect Live Stream, The Wrong Biennale 2019 router, to name a few, and Bushwick Community Darkroom New York.
Sherrie Edgar is a multidisciplinary visual artist creating innovative art films, audio, installation, and photography.
Edgar’s work focuses on loneliness and isolation, youth culture, feminism, and mixed heritage.
Covering unexplored matters widening ideas and thoughts about our human conditions. This includes research with microbiologist Dr Jan-Ulrich Kreft , architect John Prevc, and biopsychologists Dr Sarah Jane Charles. Recent work produced during lockdown includes City of Culture 2021 Visual Album and collaboration with Midlands Health and Productivity Pilot, funded by the Midlands Engine for Coventry Creates.
Edgar was awarded City of Culture 2021 International Changemaker and Coventry Art Prize 2018.
Edgar’s artwork also covers the influence of music and youth culture, using music and dance in many of her works, and finding ways to engage audience for and with people of mixed ethnic heritage backgrounds
Diversity, positivity, creativity and empowering others is important to how Edgar works.
Edgar is proactive to collaborate, enthusiastic to share and develop ideas that can be adapted to all spaces.