Sandy Sigala is an interdisciplinary artist that works in sculpture, photography, sound, moving image and text. Her work explores identity, desire, oral histories, gender, satire and playthings. S finds inspiration in mundane everyday life occurrences, found objects, literary fiction, irony, paradox, queer approaches, puns, plants, experimental film, the historic avant-garde, artefacts, drag queens, craft methods and lust. She enjoys experimenting with materials and employs humour as a tool to question ideas of appropriation and homonormativity.
Sandy Sigala currently lives in Glasgow and graduated from the M.Litt Fine Art Practice at Glasgow School of Art in 2017. She was part of Tarkovsky: Cinema and Dreams Symposium in Edinburgh's Summerhall (2018) and has worked for as programming assistant for Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival in 2015-2016. Upcoming exhibitions include Future Relics in November 2019 at 16 Nicholson Street Gallery. Recent exhibitions; Heavy Duty in Transmission Gallery (2019), Little Islands Festival Video & Sound Art (LIF) in Sikinos Greece (2018), BLTDSM at Annuale Art Festival (2018), GY Open House Arts Festival (2018), Pub(i)c in The Old Hairdresser's (2017), Wish You Where Were? at Leith Late Festival (2016), BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) at St. Margaret's House (2016), Free Range at the Old Truman Brewery (2015), Unbind in Edinburgh's Summerhall (2015), Plastic Camera Show at Rayko PhotoCentre in San Francisco (2014), Africa In Motion Film Festival in Glasgow's CCA and Edinburgh's Stills Gallery (2013).