Born in 1994 in Bordeaux, France. Lives in Marseille, France.


In videos, installations, and fictional interventions in ordinary situations, Sara Sadik creates spaces for ephemeral emotional expressions in order to consider their broader social and cultural significance. In her works, Sadik repurposes public domains as spaces for exhibition and self-reflection. With cues from pop culture and science fiction, she creates scenarios for youth peer groups, especially young men, to explore their inner emotional lives without judgment or mediation. Sadik’s works, which often recruit teenagers from local communities as collaborators. They manifest the diverse bonds and codes that exist between outsiders who, while encountering some peers, recongize kindred spirits and develop new definitions of belonging. (Recipient of the Prix des Ateliers de la Ville de Marseille in 2020).