Sarah Maske is an independent curator based in Berlin. She initiated the long-term art project Sandstorm - And Then There Was Dust and has worked on numerous exhibitions, e.g. at Museum Morsbroich, Museum Wiesbaden, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe and Daimler Contemporary.
In her research she is especially interested in immersive art forms through technology and beyond (workshops, living with art, walks).
Additionally, she is a doctoral candidate at the University of Potsdam, where she is researching for a PhD entitled “Staying in the Anthropocene or Going Beyond? The Understanding of the World and its Formation Through Process-Oriented Ecological Art”. For her thesis she has been a research scholar at ZeM | Brandenburg Center for Media Studies from January 2017 until February 2019.
Together with Ayat Najafi she founded the collective Arta Atelier Berlin which aims at creating artistic participative and immersive projects.
Maske is a board member of Saloon Berlin and is a
an active member of Grüner Kultur e.V. and Eco Media – Media of the Nature Association .