Sarah Marie Schmidt is a master’s student of integrated design influenced by theatre. At INTERFERENCE she is curatorial assistant.
“The starting point of my artistic perception and my artistic work were film and theatre. This area is mainly about creating connections between image, text and the audience.
At INTERFERENCE I now approach this process from a new perspective. In my curatorial work I find numerous parallels to the theatre: It actively seeks contact with its environment, enables communication and thus builds bridges between different worlds, cultures and people. Through the perception and appreciation of the other person, the process always remains dynamic, questioning and searching. It lives from the participation of its environment.
I am excited to get to know this way of working together from a curatorial perspective. For me, curating means actively creating and reflecting. It asks questions. It assumes responsibility. It creates access. It enables open and safe spaces and discourses. It activates the power of art.”
Lives in Bremen.de
1994 | Born in Lemgo.de