Sarah Lasley

Sarah Lasley

Lecturer, Digital Art

  • Fine Arts Building 412
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  • M.F.A., Yale University
  • B.F.A., University of Louisville


Sarah Lasley is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist from Louisville, Kentucky. Her short films have exhibited internationally at galleries and film festivals, most recently in Hsinchu City, Taiwan, Barcelona, Spain, Metepec, Mexico, and at Leslie Hellar Workspace in New York City and Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia. Prior to joining the faculty at IU, Sarah was a Lecturer in Video Art at Yale University and an adjunct at Vassar College, Pratt Institute, and SUNY Purchase. She worked as a motion graphics artist for Martha Stewart Omnimedia and created the title animation for Todd Haynes’s film “Carol”. In 2012, she joined Amanda Palmer’s international “Theatre is Evil” tour as a videographer and projection designer. Her visual effects credits include work for Panda Bear, MGMT, Intel, and multiple films from the Tribeca Film Festival. She has also worked extensively in theatre as a video and projection designer/engineer, notably at the Baryshnikov Arts Center, Harlem Stage, and Ars Nova in New York City.