Sabrina Tirvengadum🇬🇧 British
Sabrina Tirvengadum (b.1984) is a deaf British Mauritian visual artist based in London. Her art reflects a personal journey of self-discovery inspired by her family's past. Using various mediums like photography, graphic design, collage, generative AI art and film, Sabrina's work captures attention with beautiful narratives and colours. Her art is deeply influenced by her Mauritian and British heritage, exploring themes of indentured history and cultural roots. Sabrina is a strong advocate for accessibility in the digital world, ensuring her work can be enjoyed by all. Her artistic vision is to connect people with their family histories, preserving legacies for future generations. In her own words, "In my creative practice, I breathe life into my ancestors' stories and pay homage to their existence. Through my work, I hope to empower future generations to share and embrace their rich heritage." Sabrina’s art celebrates the power of cultural heritage, inviting viewers to explore their own narratives.