Sara Naim’s multidisciplinary practice explores perception, most specifically the perception of boundaries as points of connection between country and territory, skin and touch, pleasure and pain. She employs her own body to convey misinterpretations through digital glitches, chemical reactions, and dead skin cells. Naim’s work challenges restrictive perspectives on separateness, whether individual, social, or national. Her methodology involves a combination of forensic, performative, and philosophical approaches that play with the sinuous line between perception and construct. Various dimensions and mediums coexist here; photography is sculptural, sculptures are painterly, and paintings are photographic.