Sarah Vanhee

portrait of the artist
portrait © Phile Deprez

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Sarah Vanhee is an artist, performer and author. Her interdisciplinary work travels in between civil space and institutional art field. She worked in prisons, private living rooms, theatres, on public canvases, in corporate meeting rooms, etc. Recent works include amongst others undercurrents (intervention), collected screams (lecture-performance), Unforetold (stage performance), The Making of Justice (film), Oblivion (stage performance), Untitled (meetings in private houses), Lecture For Every One (series of intrusions).

While strongly embedded locally, Vanhee’s work has been presented widely internationally in diverse contexts such as KFDA (Brussels), FTA (Montreal), Museo de Reina Sofia (Madrid), Festival Actoral (Marseille), Jihlava IDFF, Van Abbe Museum (Eindhoven), Centre Pompidou (Metz), iDans (Istanbul), Printemps de Septembre (Toulouse), etc. She co-published Untranslatables and wrote The Miraculous Life of Claire C and TT, as well as other texts. She is founding member of Manyone vzw and a PHD researcher at ARIA and the Antwerp school of Art.