Sarah Jayne Booth is a Cork based multimedia installation artist whose work centres on domesticity, gender inequality, bodily autonomy and social histories. She maintains an actively engaged practice with a number of solo exhibitions, bursaries and significant group exhibitions in major regional galleries. She initiated and heads up the collective r. a. g. e. (realising absolute gender equality). Achievements include: a Bursary Award from Cork City Council 2021, Arts Council Professional Development Funding, 2020 and a residency at Cill Rialaig Arts Centre in 2020. Three group exhibitions in 2019: I see crimson I see red Cork, Cahoots A4 Sounds Dublin & the Kinsale Arts Festival. In 2017, Diving the Wreck: collaboration with SoftTack, UCC Cork, UCD Dublin & Lass Struggle UCL London. She’s had three solo exhibitions: Signal Arts Centre, South Tipperary Arts Centre & Bookcube Gallery. Awarded further residencies with 126 Artist–Run Gallery, Galway & Fire Station Studios, Dublin and a Cork City Council bursary in 2013. She is a studio-based member of Sample-Studios and a Member of the Board since 2017.