KATYA SANDER

My work is about production and circulation of social imaginaries, i.e. ways and institutions in which we imagine ourselves and what we do to sustain (or escape) these.

It often involves questioning production of spectatorship: Systems and structures of presentation and circulation of both images as well as the bodies these images address, depict or exclude.

I ask questions of address, desire and language in relation to contexts such as architecture, public space, speech, view, landscape, cinema, abstraction and power.

For more information, see http://archive.katyasander.net/

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FORMER WEST: Documents, Constellations, Prospects

18-24 March, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

Katya Sander – Workshop on life-expectancy: age, politics & economic distrubution in Europe in 2060. Wednesday 14:00

Katya Sander – In “Dissident Knowledge - public forum. Prospective Statements”. Final panel Sunday 16:30

Art and Public Policy II

Keynote speaker at conference, Eremuak @ ARTIUM museum/ vitoria-gastei.

Lecture: “On politics of spectatorship”

One day, everything will be free

ABSORBING SURPLUS

at SALT, Beyoglu, Istanbul

18.30 İsmail Ertürk, Vortex of Meta-finance 

19.00 Katya Sander, Seeing What Power Sees

19.30 Alexandru Balasescu, Some Things About EVE

THE MANY LIVES OF IMAGES

@ THE SANDBERG SERIES # 1

The Sandberg Series is an ongoing lecture series initiated by the new Master of Fine Arts program at the Sandberg Instituut in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut, Amsterdam. 

The speakers in the first series are: Goldin + Senneby (SE), Celine Condorelli (United Kingdom), Katya Sander (DE) and Raimundas Malasauskas (LT).

The Human Snapshot

Et billede er noget, der – via sine kanter – er skåret ud af en sammenhæng. Det er en voldsom handling.


Foredrag, Fotografiets dag – Fotomuseet, Brandts Klædefabrik. 11. August, 2011.

Foredraget handlede om det billed-paradigme, og dermed den billed-betingede socialitet, vi lever i i dag.

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