Estabrak’s particular interest lies in honest approaches to ignored sociopolitical realities, usually explored through progressive, cross-disciplinary ways of storytelling.
Using live techniques, paint, installation, film, sound, performance and photography - Estabrak is an award winning visual artist, film maker, facilitator and researcher committed to inclusivity and a participatory arts
practice. She has been named one of “five incredible underwater artists” by the BBC and for the past seven years, her works have been engaged with concepts surrounding the intersections between human behaviour, water and our environments; centering racial, social, humanitarian and climate justice.
She has showcased on an international basis in such places as New York, Dubai and Berlin, along the way exhibiting at the Royal Academy of Arts, & Tate Britain. Estabrak has been supported by agencies including; the Wellcome Trust, Invisible Dust, Arts Council England, Unlimited, The Bagri Foundation, Red Bull and the Ocean Global Foundation, and presented work to the UN.
Based in London, she is originally from Iraq, born in Iran and raised in London, after having come to the UK with her family as a child refugee.