Sarah Katherine Stanley is an art writer and research scholar who has contributed essays and reviews to catalogs and magazines, and curated shows on new media, video art, sculpture and art photography in cities worldwide. Architextmedia produces projects related to urbanism, architecture, public space and history of landscape in collaboration with international photographers, including Roland Fischer, Thomas Florshuetz and Carsten Gliese.
In 2011, visual art and media consultant to Albena Yaneva’s "Mapping Architectural Controversies" at the University of Manchester, UK. In 2009 – 10 an affiliated researcher and art writer at the Bartlett School of Architecture in
London. In London exhibited a media theory project ‘Warrior Hearts’ at the Slade School of Art Research Gallery, and worked on a compilation of art writing and related media about sculptural environments, ‘Textual Interventions’. Art writing tutor and portfolio advisor at the International Center for Photography, 2007 - 09. Masters studies in art and architectural theory at the Institute of Fine Arts and Columbia University in New York.
Recent publications include ‘Roland Fischer’s Logic of Sensation: Portrait Photography’ in Roland Fischer: New Photography, 1984-2012,
Saarlandmuseum Exhibition Catalog published in French, German and English, June 2012.
‘Japanese Metabolism’s Supermodenity and Contemporary Tokyo’ SITE Magazine, Sweden, 2012;
‘Climate Change, Media, Global Art Markets…’ Catalog Essay Rebecca Loyche, Berlin 2011.