Sara Andersdotter – disruptive desires

Disruptive Desires – A contemporary art installation commencing with a private view this evening by Swedish but London-based artist and researcher Sara Andersdotter who’s been exhibiting nationally and internationally since 1999. Her work is primarily installation based and searches for ways of discussing the affective encounter of memory through the creation of experiential environments. This installation forms the final part of sara’s practice based phd project at the university of the arts london, which seeks to question and uproot desires to represent memory and the past, and the manner in which memory is considered and expressed in art practices.

This is one to check out for any open-minded modern art lover as ‘The recollected, the fictive, childhood memories, imagination, affect and desire ooze, bleed and seep into one another”.

Where: The crypt at st mark’s church kennington (opposite oval tube)

When: 8 dec – 16 dec 2012 [sat & sun only: 8, 9, 15, 16 dec, or by appointment] – private view: thursday 6 dec 2012 [6-10 pm]