No, it isn’t an acronym for another NGO, its the name of an emerging visual artist that resides in Sydney, Australia who, for good reason, is making a name for herself in the art world.
SAFFAA’s illustrations depict the ‘visceral quality of human experience’ in relation to political turmoil, feminism and tumultuous events. For now, it seems like SAFFAA’s strength of voice comes from the influences of Saudi women activists, political relations between the East and West, and the empowerment felt when one is her ‘own guardian' and doesn't 'bargain with patriarchy.'
SAFFAA’s portfolio consists of prints, drawings and digital works that seem to incorporate the immediacy of an image with the flawless design qualities of the Arabic language.
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