Sage Dawson is an artist, curator, and educator. Her work examines dwelling rights, domestic labor, and the identity of spaces. She teaches at Washington University and directs STNDRD–a gallery project examining the power and potential of flags as cultural objects that abstract, encapsulate, and canonize. Sage holds an MFA with a Museum Studies minor from the University of New Mexico.
Sage has exhibited, lectured, and presented work at various sites including the Center for Contemporary Printmaking Norwalk, Endless Editions EFA Project Space, the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, The Pulitzer Arts Foundation, The Luminary, the Chicago Artists Coalition, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Tate Exchange - Tate Modern, Boston University, the Terrain Biennial – Enos Park, the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Springfield Art Museum, the City University of New York, the University of Pennsylvania, and the International Print Center New York.
Her work has appeared in Art in America, Elephant Magazine, From Here to There published by Princeton Architectural Press, Art in Print, and Hyperallergic.