Sabina Sallis

Sabina Sallis

“I have a multifaceted approach to arts provision – as a researching, collaborating, exhibiting artist and as a curator. I use video, drawing, performance, sculpture and narrative in a multimedia transdisciplinary approach that interweaves fact and fiction. I use poetic, spatial, aesthetic language to explore and present visions of possible sustainable futures and examine what the aesthetics of sustainability might encompass. Using eclectic research themes as a vehicle to promote humane, ecological concepts such as evolutionary transformation, resilience and adaptability, I explore the human embodied potential and complex, transformative aspects of sustainability. I graduated in 2005 from University of Arts, Poznan, with a MA in Fine Art. Currently I am a recipient of Research Excellent Academy scholarship and I am undertaking practice-led PhD which researches Aesthetics of Sustainability: critical multi-media arts practice and visions for a sustainable future, at School of Fine Arts, Newcastle University. I have participated in over 30 solo and group exhibitions internationally.”

Sabina Sallis