Sagar’s work responds to the social and historic context found in the public and private spaces we inhabit. Illusion and material [dis]honesty set the stage for works which seek to seduce, alluding to something familiar yet other.

 

Sagar’s time at The Performance Studio contributed to the development of I fell back and you were there which is the title of a commissioned performance work for the Hayward gallery which was part of the exhibition ‘Whats love got to do with it’.

 

The work explores bodily movements, gestures and collective actions in response to the site and design of Dan Graham’s Waterloo Sunset Pavilion as well as Simone Forti‚Äôs studies on pedestrian movement.