(b. 1995, Richmond, Virginia) Sara Dotterer is an interdisciplinary artist who grounds all of her work in walking. As a walking artist, she emphasizes the power that being present within one's own body can bring to a person's attentiveness to the world around them. Within her work, she connects herself to the movements and memories of those she observes to showcase a world in which a heightened interconnectedness is possible. She began her artistic practice as a dancer but has since expanded into painting, drawing, mixed media, video, installation, and performance art. Her newest work, Ambiguous Loss: A Bricolage, translates the lives of familiar women through her memory and weaves them together with writing, collages, video, and performance into a digital experience to be experienced by the whole body. She received her BA in Studio Art and Anthropology in the mountains of Virginia at Washington and Lee University and then moved to New York City where she expanded her art practice while working at an advertising agency and a contemporary art foundation. She is now living in Dallas, Texas as a candidate for Southern Methodist University's MFA in Studio Art.