Sara Naim's practice explores boundaries as points of connection, between country and territory, skin and surface, pleasure and pain. She uses her own body to describe 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 illusion. Rooting her practice in non-dualism, different dimensions and mediums coexist; photography is sculptural and sculptures are  painterly.