Using a site-sensitive approach, Sandrine Schaefer’s work offers opportunities to gather and proposes ways we may share time that are not accessible elsewhere in life. Sandrine’s work often presents as durational performance art installations that intend to break traditional viewing behaviors by de-privileging sight as the primary sense to engage the work; rewarding the curious; and using extended duration and repetition to cultivate spaces for return. Alongside their individual work, Sandrine has developed a practice as an Independent Curator of time-based works. Sandrine’s writing on contemporary art has been published in numerous international publications. They co-founded The Present Tense Live Art Initiative and Archive Project, MEME, and the Contaminate Festival. Sandrine is a member of Mobius Artist Group and currently teaches at various universities throughout the United States.