Sarah Késenne (1980) studied art and film studies at the Universities of Ghent, Antwerp and Bologna and, as an art historian, has been working for several years on a PhD research at LUCA school or doctor - KU Leuven (Sint-Lucas Visual Arts Ghent). She is engaged in the research group Art, space and context - Liberty inviting artists to take part, in which artists and art critics congregate around issues of art in public space, art and society, the public. Previously, she was active in a number of artistic organizations like Happy New Ears Festival, STUK, KunstenFestivaldesArts and the documentary platform SoundImageCulture. She publishes in magazines like Hart, Rekto:verso and De Groene Amsterdammer. She received the prize for Young art critic in 2014.
Participation and exhibition in contemporary art in Belgium, a pedagogical emancipation? On works of Dora Garcia, Stijn Van Dorpe and Hana Miletic