Sara Sadik | Kaleidoscope | interview
Sara Sadik’s fictional narratives portray the Maghrebi youth (whom she refers to as beurness) in Marseille, the city to which she belongs. Rooted in a local perspective, her scripts, films, and performances tackle wider issues, such as the politics of identities and behaviours that lack media representation. Through her computer-generated images and gamified references to pop culture items including Capri Sun, Dragon Ball, and Kalenji clothing, Sadik builds her imaginary scenarios, evading the colonialism(s) that have usurped physical and virtual territories. Through her tactical use of new technologies and social media, Sadik aims to create spaces for fairer representations.