Sahra Motalebi: Phenomenal Overlay
In this site-responsive performance, Sahra Motalebi considers the human voice as scenographic material that recasts the affective potential of the Glass House interior. As an extension of the performance, Motalebi will lead scene-building exercises for invited participants that inform the construction of a new sculptural work.
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Sahra Motalebi (b. 1979) is an artist, composer, and vocalist whose work spans a variety of media, including opera, installation, and video. Her projects and performances have been presented at venues internationally, including The Kitchen, SculptureCenter, Swiss Institute, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum Ludwig, and MoMA PS1. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and attended the Master of Architecture Program at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, where she focused on the relationship between visual art, architecture, and performance. She is a participant in the 79th Whitney Biennial.