Artist & Sacred Medicine Practitioner
“My practice is a living, breathing constantly evolving process that consciously seeks to provoke and inspire systemic transformation in people, institutions and environments” – SARA HAQ
Sara is an artist, playfool alchemist, sacred medicine practitioner, photographer, writer and workshop facilitator, based in London, UK. Her work is multidisciplinary in approach. The content is always reflective of personal experience and processes and often explores intercultural relationships, power dynamics, transformation and the interactions between art and social change, eg. The use of drawing and imagination as healing tools.
Her recent experiential research, explores the relationship between creativity, shamanism/ sacred medicine and (cultural) psychosis.
Sara has exhibited both nationally and internationally in solo and group exhibitions. Recent notable commissions include: 10th Berlin Biennale, Wellcome Collection, Bethlem Gallery, Institute of Inner Vision, London College of Communication, Laure Genillard, Tate Modern, The British Library, Daily Life Ltd and Bromley By Bow Centre, Alexia Goethe Gallery, Artangel, Studio Voltaire, National Maritime Museum, Anxiety Festival, and digital visual dairy project 1000 Happy Days (2014-2017).