Sabine Hänsgen

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Sabine Hänsgen (18 October 1955, Düsseldorf) is a researcher at University of Zurich.

Sabine Hänsgen studied Slavic literatures, history, and art history at the Ruhr University in Bochum. In 1984 she received a grant for doctoral research at the Institute of Cinematography VGIK in Moscow from the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service). She conducted research and taught at universities in Bochum, Bielefeld, Bremen, Cologne, Basel and served as guest professor at the Humboldt University in Berlin from 2011-2014, and in 2014 also at the University Bremen (Centre for East European Studies). Working as an author, curator, editor and translator since 1984, Hänsgen has been participating in the performances of the Collective Actions group and has also been involved in establishing an audiovisual archive of Moscow conceptualism. In 2012 she was a grant recipient of the Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory. (2017)

She is the author and co-editor of Kulturpalast (1984), Moskau Moskau (1987), Lianosowo (1992), Präprintium (1998), Sovetskaya vlast i media (Soviet Power and Media, 2006), Der gewöhnliche Faschismus (2009), and Yuri Albert (2018).

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  • editor, as Sascha Wonders, with Günter Hirt, Kulturpalast: neue Moskauer Poesie und Aktionskunst, Wuppertal: S Press, 1984, 155 pp. With audio cassette (60 min) and index card collection. [1] [2]
  • as Sascha Wonders, with Günter Hirt, Moskau. Moskau. Videostücke, Wuppertal: S Press, 1987. Video cassette with booklet. [3]
  • editor, with Annette Brockhoff, Norbert Wehr, and Georg Witte, Tut i tam. Hier und dort. Russische und deutschsprachige Poesie, Essen, 1989, [52] pp. [4]
  • Vom Pathos des Aufbruchs zur kulturellen Selbstreflexion. Entwicklungstendenzen im sowjetischen Film von der zweiten Hälfte der fünfziger bis in die frühen achtziger Jahre, Bochum, 1990. Dissertation.
  • editor, as Sascha Wonders, with Günter Hirt, Lianosowo. Gedichte und Bilder aus Moskau, Munich, 1992. With audio cassette and portfolio of photographs. Introduction. [5]
  • editor, as Sascha Wonders, with Günter Hirt, Präprintium. Moskauer Bücher aus dem Samizdat, Bremen: Temmen, 1998, 230 pp. With Multimedia CD-ROM. [6] [7]
  • editor, with Hans Günther, Sovetskaya vlast i media [Soviet Power and Media], St. Petersburg: Akademicheskiy proekt, 2006, 621 pp. (Russian)
  • editor, with Wolfgang Beilenhoff, Der gewöhnliche Faschismus. Ein Werkbuch zum Film von Michail Romm unter Mitwirkung von Maja Turowskaja/Drehbuchautorin des Films, Berlin: Vorwerk 8, 2009, 335 pp. [8] [9] [10]
  • editor, with Sandra Frimmel, Yuri Albert: Elitär-demokratische Kunst, Vaduz: Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, 2018, 344 pp. Exh. catalogue. [11] [12]
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