Metal will support Sabina Sallis to create a video intertwining fact with fiction to depict a visionary scenario about a secretive poetic eco-terrorist society active in Liverpool. Their political actions include activities such as guerilla gardening, seed bombing, ephemeral landart making and also surreal, Dadaist activities that will be invented collaboratively as the project unfolds.
Sabina has a multifaceted approach to arts provision – as a researching, collaborating and exhibiting artist and as a curator. Sallis graduated in 2005 from University of Arts, Poznan, with a MA and currently she is undertaking practice-led Phd at School of Fine Arts, Newcastle University. Sallis has participated in over 30 solo and group exhibitions and festivals internationally. She uses transdisciplinary approaches, interweaves fact and fiction through multimedia, video, drawing, performance, sculpture and narrative to explore and present evolving transformations and visions of a sustainable futures, and as a vehicle to promote ecological concepts such as sustainability, resilience and adaptability.