Photo: Tom Nolan

There’s a ghost in my house

Saying yes with no evidence

Sarah Boulton

2–30 April 2017
Sat-Sun, 12—5pm or by appointment

Opening event – Saturday 1 April, 7—9pm

After speaking a lot about this to Shani, who sometimes arrives late to events so she can only sense what happened, I have decided to tell the deer piece only to a deer and not a human. It’s a relief.

There’s a ghost in my house is a series of commissions in which selected artists have been invited to haunt Rhubaba. Sarah’s haunting will occupy the thresholds, high and peripheral spaces of Rhubaba, manifesting itself through hidden texts and in quietly strange events, appearances and alterations. Characters and their actions keep recurring across different works, lingering in the room, their work never really finished.

Was measuring
depth of public
ponds in London

using my forearm
the Koi loved it

Sarah Boulton is an artist based in Wales. She graduated from Slade School of Art in 2015. She is published in Best British Poetry Anthology, SALT Magazine, and Jupiter Woods and has recently shown works with Cell Project Space, ICA (London), Rhubaba (Edinburgh) and Art Area (Tbilisi). Sarah’s work engages with personal responses to what is visual, unspoken, thought about or wished for. She is interested in how to make and keep openings in imaginations