ARTIST

 

Sabrina Osborne

Deals with dislocation, isolation and melancholia in her practice. She negotiates and maneuvers to take the viewer on a non-narrative, non-linear, disorientating journey echoing with a cocktail of folk/pop/traditional music from India. Her works are beguiling amalgamations of juxtaposed de-linked images, sounds, spaces and times. This montage builds atmospheric tension and makes the viewer struggle to locate, make connections, assimilate meanings and get immersed in the process of identifying the familiar/unfamiliar/known/unknown, building the feeling of estrangement and melancholia, like an immigrant in a foreign land. Sabrina’s works are tinted with concerns of identity, memory, loss and belonging.
Since graduating from Goldsmiths in 2009, Sabrina moved permanently to London from New Delhi. In 2012, her video was short listed for Celeste Prize and Culture Cloud at New Art Exchange Nottingham. Sabrina’s works have been exhibited at London Tate Britain, National Gallery Bangkok, Museum of Contemporary Art : Sofia, Belgrade Art Fair, Espacio Enter: Tenerife Spain, Tenderpixle Gallery: London, Galerie Muller and Plate: Munich, Id Art Fest: International Dynamic Contemporary Art Museum : Macerata  Italy, OED Gallery: Cochin India and Pitt Rivers Museum Oxford. As part of ‘Time is Love- 6’ video screenings her video work traveled to Tehran, New York, Norway &Spain. In 2013 she exhibited at United Art Fair New Delhi, was part of “Keywords Investigations” INIVA, London, Exhibited at Goldsmith’s St James Church along with exhibitions in Istanbul and Lagos International Video festival 2013-14. Her works are in Alkazi Foundation Collection and Artist Pension Trust.
Sabrina works as full time artist and teaches part time Kings College London. Sabrina is also founder of SAMVAAD, a platform to encourage exchange of international video art. She regularly curates and organizes international video screenings. She writes international art exhibition reviews for established art magazines in India. She also worked for Tino Sehgal’s workshops for 2012 Tate Modern Unilever Series performance.

Works by Sabrina Osborne

  • Sabrina Osborne

    A Place I

    Archival Print 

  • Sabrina Osborne

    A Place II

    Archival Print 

  • Sabrina Osborne

    A Place III

    Archival print

  • Sabrina Osborne

    A Place IV

    Archival Print

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