Abstraction becomes an urgent state in the process of reconnecting with memories, finally materializing on paper.
Through painting, Sara interprets water as a connector of experiences and producer of memory, raising the immediate need to recognize gaps in forgotten or hidden experiences that become unexplored lagoons.
A process where consciousness argues with the subconscious, rediscovering, expressing and accepting itself through labyrinthine rivers of clear, polluted or de-contaminated waters.
Small isolated lakes emerge from the chaos as a resting place, like tears that eventually will evaporate from the heat of excited cheeks. Dreams become unfamiliar cities where fragile bubbles are carriers of volatile and ephemeral feelings.
An invitation to observe from the outside inside in total fluidity of thoughts.