Sara Naim is a Dubai-based photographer whose first solo show, When The Light Went We Saw, opened up at The Pavilion Downtown last week.

"The structure of the materials she photographs beautifully mirror some of the grandest and most mysterious elements of our universe, like the surface of distant planets, the warping of light from ancient stars or the anatomy of plants and other natural wonders. Her works invite the viewer to look beyond the surface and ponder, seeking a deeper understanding of the patterns and forces that are at the core of our existence."

A surrealistic blend of abstract art and experimental photography, the images resemble something that might be construed as being purely scientific. This series represents just part of a much wider spectrum of her work, which deals with the unseen connectivity of universal objects and events in everyday life using different techniques and visual metaphors. The show runs up until October 24th.

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