Sarah Johanna Theurer
K2020 collaborator

Sarah Johanna Theurer (*1988, Berlin) is a critical practitioner of techno-social techniques and theories of the 21st century. Besides being the director of K-T Z gallery in Berlin, she moonlights as a curator with a feminist approach on process-oriented art practices. Together with Alizee Lenox she hosts the radio show Portals on Cashmere Radio and irregularly curates exhibitions.

For K2020, she will be working on the notion of curating as hosting, involving questions of care as much as space making, trust issues and symbiosis. During the first iteration, she will be broadcasting conversations with participants and return for the third activation phase as a part of the Cashmere Community. 


Cashmere Radio is a not-for-profit community experimental radio station based in Lichtenberg, Berlin. The ambition of the station is to preserve and further radio and broadcasting practices by playing with the plasticity and malleability of the medium. We do this by both honouring and challenging its inherent qualities: it is both a physical station open to the public and an online radio; it has regular shows, yet opens itself up to extended and one-off events; it features extended generative music performances and installations at the same time as working within radio’s typical durations. In short, it is an attempt to enhance and celebrate the performative, social and informative power of radio that we believe lies within the form itself. For K2020, Cashmere Radio will work with other particpating K "protagonists" to present an evening of live radio using the Lothringer 13 Halle as its broadcasting station.