Sarah Nelson Wright is a Brooklyn based artist and educator from the San Francisco Bay Area. She creates media projects about the urban experience that reveal hidden value, investigate individual roles in larger systems, and open avenues for intervention. Her work encompasses video, installation, interactive media and public art. Her current project, Invisible Seams, has taken her from New York to California to India to Sri Lanka and to Elsewhere in Greensboro to take a deep dive into the history, systems and people behind mass produced clothing. She teaches digital media art at Marymount Manhattan College in NYC.

During her residency at Elsewhere, Wright created Invisible Seams.