Mitra SabouryShop prints
Mitra Saboury's work investigates the impact of the built environment on the human body. Using performance, video and installation, Mitra confronts physical restrictions and confinements of architectural perimeters. She explores with intimacy, seeking to melt body with place. Mitra studied neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh, and recently received her Masters in Fine Arts degree at Goldsmiths. She was awarded the MAstars Axisweb award in 2013. Selected exhibitions include Griffin Gallery and Charlie Smith London, "Young Gods" (2014), Art Party Conference Scarborough (2013), Watermans Art Centre "Enter 13" (2013), and Hanover Project Video Festival (2013). Mitra was selected as part of Edward Lucie-Smith and Zavier Ellis' iBook "100 London Artists," and looks forward to a solo exhibition at The Station in Bristol in summer 2014. She currently works and resides in London. Mitra’s Jealous Prize print edition is now held in the Victoria & Albert Museum Permanent Print Collection.