Sandra mg (Spain, 1990) is a curator and researcher currently working within the field of site-specific exhibitions. Her work has always revolved around contemporary spaces. She is specially interested in analysing how socioeconomic and cultural policies are depicted in these spaces, and which relationship is established between the culture of entertainment and human behavior.
After studying Photography, Fine Arts and a MA in Humanities (Art and Contemporary Culture) she is now starting a PhD in Contemporary Art (Creation and Research).
«There are three things in this island and one is a church is a research project with two very different but indivisible approaches. While there is an attempt to find my own faith through the walks in both virtual and terrenal landscapes, the soundscapes created are confronting the idea of seeking a personal faith -depicted as silence- from the noise of a religion given by my place of birth and the Western context.»