Gaby Sahhar is presenting new film ‘Upgrade Me’ in a local Tesco Extra in London’s Streatham on the evening of August 25.
TheLondon-based artist’s video will be screened to one person at a time; audience members are asked to book a 25-minute slot via a doodle page.
Sahhar is an interdisciplinary artist working across film, sculpture, painting, installation and performance. Driven by environment, Sahhar’s practice explores the emotional impact of 21st century life and the complex way humans and animals evolve; new narratives a constant. Sahhar recently exhibited in Partial Presence(2015), as well as Invisible Hoursat South London Gallery (2014).
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