Sage Sidley(she/her) is a white settler originally from Kmarkn territory of the Sinixt People (Rossland, British Columbia) and a recent graduate from NSCAD's MFA program in fine and media arts situated in K'jipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia). In 2016, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in visual arts and a minor in mathematics at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan situated on the territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation. Sidley works with ideas of place and technology, in the form of expanded drawing, to explore the fluctuant roles of the observer and observed. A part of her practice is facilitating cyber security workshops for the arts. She has attended artist residencies in Berlin, Germany, and Inverness and Halifax Canada. She has held solo and group exhibitions in numerous public galleries throughout Southwestern B.C. and select galleries in Nova Scotia. Sidley was a recipient of the Judith Jane Leidl Graduate Fellowship, the Renznick Family Fund for Student Creativity, the British Columbia Arts Council Scholarship, and the Robert Pope Foundation Graduate Scholarship. For eight years Sidley has taught drawing to all ages privately and for public institutions. She is currently an Regular Part-time instructor at NSCAD University and a part of the Counter Memory Activism research cluster as a digital design researcher.