Sascia Bailer

Sascia Bailer is a feminist researcher, writer and curator working at the intersection of care, gender, and socially engaged art. For her doctoral dissertation, she investigated the ambivalent relationship between curating and care, and formulated propositions towards caring infrastructures within the arts. In 2019/2020 she initiated a participatory curatorial programme on care as the Artistic Director of M.1 Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung in rural Northern Germany. As a member of the collective Mothers*, Warriors, and Poets, she curated, together with Didem Yazici, the exhibition Care as Resistance at StadtPalais Stuttgart (2023). She is the author of the article Care for Caregivers. Curating against the Care Crisis (in: Curating with Care, Routledge, 2023) and of the booklet Curating, Care, and Corona (Verlag der Arthur Boskamp Stiftung, 2020). She co-edited the anthology Letters to Joan (2020, HKW) and the artist monographs Re-Assembling Motherhood(s): On Radical Care and Collective Art as Feminist Practices by Maternal Fantasies (Onomatopee, 2021), and What We Could Have Become: On Queer Feminist Filmmaking by Malu Blume (Onomatopee, 2021). She regularly writes for Monopol magazine on art, care, and gender justice. She has worked internationally within the arts, including MoMA PS1, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, and Vera List Center for Art and Politics.

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