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September 29 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Space Station ORL Presents: CORPO FANTASMA
installation of works by Sabra Starr
featuring a musical collaboration with La Science des Reves

Space Station Orlando Presents:


an installation by Sabra Starr

featuring a musical collaboration with La Science des Reves

Opening Reception-

Friday, September 29th from 6pm-10pm

Extended Gallery Hours-

Saturday, September 30th from 3pm-8pm

Artist Talk from 4:00-4:30 followed by Q&A

Sabra Elizabeth Starr is a photographer and musician living in Central Florida. Born in Northern Virginia, she ventured to the Pacific NorthWest to study black & white photography and vocal performance in Puget Sound, Washington.

Since then, Starr has captured a variety of subjects and explored various mediums incorporating her love of nature, portraiture, music and literature. For much of her time in Florida, Starr had focused mainly on mixed-media collage, often including her own photography. Much of those works were donated to local zines throughout the Orlando punk scene, to which her time has been devoted for many years.

In the fall of 2020, Star’s work began to take a turn with her health. A stage IV breast cancer diagnosis in her early 30s left Starr overwhelmed with thoughts of mortality and identity. This propelled her work into a darker, more pointed direction. Through chemotherapy, radiation and seemingly endless surgeries, she turned to photography and guitar to process the experience. By going against traditional rules of photography, and playing with the mechanics of the cameras themselves, much of her photo-work from this era can only be described as abstract. Ethereal. Shameless.

Sabra is capturing the brain fog, the admiration of her caretakers, and the visceral experience that is Corpo Fantasma.

Please reach out to schedule private gallery viewings: [email protected]


September 29
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Event Category:


Space Station Orlando
2539 Coolidge Avenue
Orlando, FL 32804 United States


Aaron Sarkisian