SPEAKEASY – Sara Zaltash

September 27, 2011 § Leave a comment

'Just Messin' 2011 - Sara Zaltash

Sara Zaltash is a British born Iranian girl who describes her submission for SPEAKEASY as ‘a durational solo performance that sweeps sensual motifs of prohibition against fragmented songs of freedom’ by harvesting evocative personal moments from her experiences as one who lost and found herself in rock & roll dreams

‘Sweetmud’ has been developed as part of an ongoing song-based performance art practice, and will be performed by Sara at the speakeasy. It explores the internalization of prohibition, the exhilarations of transgression that mimic freedom and a longing for identity and identification that is trapped between these two

‘SWEETMUD’ will take place at BasementArtsProject on Sunday 2nd October

For directions on how to reach us please e-mail Bruce Davies at basementartsproject@gmail.com

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