Sara is an artist and cultural worker from the Philippines. She has been working with various Manila based online publications since 2012 as a contributor. Since 2015 she has been involved in cultural mass organizations in the country, and in 2016 was the Chairperson of Alay Sining, a mass-oriented organization that aims to arouse, organize and mobilize young artists, and the Filipino youth in general. While in university her research interests included gender studies and visual communication. In 2016, she interned in The Mind Museum under the Exhibitions Team where she helped develop one of the museum’s traveling exhibitions. She graduated from the College of Fine Arts in the University of the Philippines Diliman in 2017. Since leaving university, Sara has worked with various artist-run initiatives working on multiple platforms particularly education, research and film. In 2017 she worked with WSK, a festival that aims to advance artistic positions reflecting on the sociocultural impact of new technologies as an exhibition assistant and invigilator.
Sara's art practice revolves around photography, performance and conceptualism. She has produced various zines (And Their Feet Move, The Economy of Emotion) and actively exhibits in alternative art spaces.