« Boundaries of the body » is the subject at the heart of Sandrine Saïah’s art research. It allows her to combine her interest in anthropology with her taste for visual aesthetics.
The analogy she creates between geographical and bodily boundaries underlines the interdependence of the spaces at stake: geographical, human, digital.
Global technological revolutions and geopolitical transformations have greatly disrupted our representations of the world.
Growing universe, digital expansion and globalisation have disturbed our spatial landmarks. More than just the human body, Sandrine questions the simultaneity of its relation to the different contemporary spaces.
Regarding the body as a plastic membrane, a box echoing its environment, Sandrine’s body representations have followed her reading of the many, fast changes that occurred at the turn of the century: