Sabina Holzer is a performance artist, author and movement facilitator. Her performances and texts immerse in the ecologies of human and more-than-human bodies and agencies. Advocating gestures of poetry and care she connects to a field of various international artists and theoreticians. With them and together with the media artist Jack Hauser she develops collaborative artistic research settings, performances and interventions for public spaces, galleries, museums & theaters, such as Lentos Museum für moderne Kunst, Essl Museum, Hidden Museum, dOCUMETA (13), ImPulsTanz, Tanzquartier Wien. In 2021, she created which dances – a choreographic assemblage on the entanglements of Aluminum in collaboration with the Volkskunde Museum Vienna.
Her work is placed in the intersection of dance and visual arts, as well as with the friendship between art and philosophy. She engages in choreography as a practice of community and resource orientation with a critical feministic approach to the Anthroposcene. She teaches at different institutions and publishes in manifold medias. For her project Fluvial on fluids of human bodies and cityscapes she holds an artistic research grant from the city of Vienna for 2022.