As a designer committed to exploring the potential of technology, Sarah Ceravolo has embraced computational design processes and fabrication methods to achieve optimal and dynamic functional form.
With a background in Fine Arts and Architecture, Sarah has developed a design-focused skillset ranging from gold and silver-smithing to conceptual data driven architecture and major city planning.
Having already exhibited at the Beijing Biennale, Sarah then presented at the 2012 Venice Biennale Space Symposium. She launched a collection of work at the National Gallery of Victoria’s Design Week exhibition and Wanted Design in New York. Her solo Melbourne exhibition, Tango of the Minimal Surface launched Convolo Design and took place at Fortyfive Downstairs in Melbourne, Australia.