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Sara Petrucci formerly taught contemporary art history at the University of Geneva and Neuchâtel. Through her research she investigates on Gothic imagination of the weightless body through the 20th Century. She was Research Associate for the exhibition “Nightfall. Gothic Imagination since Frankenstein” (2016-17) at the Musées d’art et d’histoire, Geneva, and co-curated the exhibition “Number, Rhythm, Transformation. Contemporary dialogues with Emma Kunz” (2020) at the Kunsthalle Appenzell.
She has combined academic activity with diverse working experiences in art institutions, art foundations, and an art gallery. From 2021, she is part of the team Documents d’artistes Genève, a digital editing platform for contemporary artists. She writes on Emma Kunz, the floating body, VR, and the Gothic at large. She also likes to swim very much.

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