Sabrina Fernández Casas (CH/ES, 1988)

works on the modes of circulation and circuits of diffusion of images, objects, stories and other cultural productions. Questioning the hegemonic modes of the exhibition, the places of art and its accessibility, she hijacks existing systems through her productions and performances, implementing subversive strategies of diversion, self-management and self-circulation.
She sees her artistic practice as a pretext to generate discussion, produce new content and ultimately defend an art ecology based on collective, cooperative and non-hierarchical processes.

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, she co-founded a collective project that explores the relation between self-publishing and performance.


It almost felt like the voice of a close friend, Genève (collective exhibition curated by Julie Marmet)
Capacete, Rio de Janeiro
Volumes, Zurich