In Saraï Delfendahl’s work everything is alive, inhabited, human and animal. An expressionist naivety emerges from her world of terrestrial creatures. The underlying crude art nevertheless seems to be policed by the varnishes of ceramics. The unconscious gushes into a jubilant energy: that of creation but also of the creator, assembled in a vital impulse.
Like a demiurge, Saraï Delfendahl creates a poetic world where the spectator hesitates to recognize a forgotten kinship, an ancient and contemporary fable. Saraï has exhibited in Paris, especially at the Palais de Tokyo, In Bruxelles, London, Milano, and Tokyo among others.