".... darf auf Demonstrationen getanzt werden." (Heiner Müller, 4. Nov. 1989)
Sandra Teitge is a East Berlin-born New York-based independent curator/programmer, writer, and researcher and artistic director of the residency program FD13 in Saint Paul, MN/U.S.
She organizes discursive events and exhibitions in the realm of contemporary art and is interested in creating time-based situations, which focus on dialogue, knowledge exchange, and the body.
Recent curatorial projects include research in the framework of culinary politics in Beirut/Lebanon and Munich/Germany, the WorldWide Storefront organized by the Storefront for Art & Architecture New York, the all-night performative exhibition Vexations at the Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis, the Pavilion of Georgia at the 55th Biennale di Venezia, and the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.
Sandra regularly writes for diverse (maga)zines and contributed to the publication Metropolitan Views II. Art Scenes in Berlin 1989-2009.
She studied Art & Visual History (MA) in Berlin and Media Studies and French (BA) at the University of Sussex in Brighton, UK, and at the Nouvelle Sorbonne in Paris, France.
Besides her curatorial activities, Sandra teaches Art Theory & History at different colleges.