Sasha Ferre is a visual artist based in London. Sasha’s art challenges traditional boundaries between painting, sculpture and installation. In her practice, she examines the interactions between living bodies, human and non-human, and their environment. She is interested in the agency of matter and material imaginaries, immersive spaces and geologies, intimacy, and what she describes as the dance between viscous, porous and fluid, which she feels characterises present times. She further describes her art as tender landscapes inviting a floating reverie, as well as toxic soups, places of confusion, impurity, flows and leaks, and sites of permanent encounters, where heterogenous currents, colours and textures merge and mingle.

Sasha’s work was featured in the West Coast edition of New American Paintings right after receiving her BFA Magna Cum Laude from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington in 2016. She has participated in several group shows both in Europe and America. Sasha was born in Paris. She is currently completing her MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art in London.

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