By theatre, performance, video, text and object Reetu Sattar’s work navigate through memory, loss and resilience. Her works are time based. She finds the ephemerality of existence through ephemeral form of work.
Reetu enquires between the clashes between forms like theatre acting and performance art. Where the both resemble or overlap each other. Through performance Reetu try to navigate through the chasm between two close mediums of body and ego. She enjoys her journey of transition between performance and theatre. So the works are consciously away from theatrical practice but it adds voice, conversations, sound, props, costume and sculptural elements as spontaneous necessity.
Born in Dhaka, Reetu works and lives in the city. In 2017 Reetu has exhibited at Ephemeral Perennial, Bengal Foundation, Para Site- Hong Kong, The Jim Thompson Art Centre, Bangkok, National Art Exhibition, Chobimela International Photography Exhibition. She will be performing in upcoming Birmingham Weekender invited by Fierce Festival and Serendipity Art Festival, Goa 2017. In 2016 Reetu exhibited at Aminul Islam Award Open Studio, Bengal Foundation Visual Arts, 17th Asian Art Biennale, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Random-A Group Exhibition at Britto and Bengal Performance Art Week.
In 2015 she performed at 1 sq mile, Forashgonj Orphanange, Old Dhaka and the National Art Exhibition, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and in Dhaka Art Summit , 1134: Lives Not Numbers at Pathshala South Asian Media Academy , 16th Asian Art Biennale in 2014.
Reetu will be exhibiting and performing in Dhaka Art Summit and Liverpool Biennial 2018.