Sibley Barlow explores ideas surrounding time, identity, labor, and repetition particularly as they relate to the body, as well as intersections between civilizations and the natural environment. Their work privileges process and seeks to consolidate performance with the object. She works across mediums and crafts, grouping work as widely varied individual projects. He works primarily in painting, drawing, performance, and installation. Sibley was born in Atlanta, Georgia and received her BFA from Ball State University. He currently lives and works in Mamaroneck, New York and enjoys writing about himself in third person.
"Long Distance" at Oz Arts, virtual show: https://youtu.be/M-v6X3mCB6A
Feature in Out & About Magazine: https://outandaboutnashville.com/lgbtq-artist-sibley-barlow-featured-in-new-oz-exhibit/