Sara Faridamin is a visual artist, currently based in Vancouver, Canada. She holds an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures from Goldsmiths, University of London. In 2018 she completed an MFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University, Montreal. Her work have been exhibited locally and internationally. She is interested in psychogeography and exploring the concept of rhythm in the everyday life of cities. Her photographs reflect ideas about time and temporality of the place.
Exploring the concept of rhythm in everyday life of the cities is the base of my photographs. I am interested to look at the factors by which we recognize a city. It can be a significant feature like an iconic building or an insignificant one like a pile of dust, which surprisingly both become unique when their own rhythm is experienced and discovered. In making my photography series I focus usually for a long period of time on a specific location, which can be the city street, a window with a view that works as a frame for my images or the architecture - building and its interior.