Sahar is a Palestinian artist whose work deal with the challenges of a woman in an Arab and Palestinian society. Her work has been presented internationally. Movement Research USA; Ramallah Dance Festival/ Palestine; International Solo Festival GER, Echo Echo Festival, IR; La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, USA; Festival de Danza Contemporánea, MX; HANGARTFEST-IT; Potsdamer Tanztage, GER-Curtain Up Festival, Tel Aviv International Exposure, IntimaDance IL. Sahar lectures about her work at TAU, Sapir College and Kibbutzim College and Ben Gurion University. She participated in Translucent Borders at NY University and Jacob’s Pillow in 2018 and UnControlled Gestures, by the Goethe Institute, Morocco (2019). In 2021, Sahar was commissioned to create SADIM for the Staatstheater Kassel (GER).
In January 2023, she will take part in the Deeper Lectures Series by Gibney Dance Center NYC.
In 2023, she is invited to a six-week residency at PACT in Germany.

Sahar’s new work is a multi-disciplinary performance installation which continues her research around reproductive and sexual freedom, bodily autonomy, and the stigma of abortion for Arab women. The work will combine movement, photography, video projection and installation. It researches the physical, scientific, and intangible dimensions of the body, the mind’s conscious and sub-conscious response to abortion procedures.
It attempts to confront physical and emotional trauma, in order to envision a new sexuality and a new kind of freedom, by expressing the duality of pleasure and pain in the conscious and subconscious.