Tina Sauerländer is an art historian, curator and writer based in Berlin. She focuses primarily on the impact of the digital and the Internet on individual environments and society. With her label peer to space she has been organizing and curating international group exhibitions in various institutions, e.g. The Unframed World. Virtual Reality as artistic medium for the 21st century (Basel, 2017), Layered Landscapes (Düsseldorf, 2016), Sometimes You See Your City Differently (Tel Aviv, 2016), When The Cat’s Away, Abstraction (Berlin, 2016), PORN TO PIZZA—Domestic Clichés (Berlin, 2015). She is the author of many texts on contemporary artists, e.g. Taryn Simon, Alicja Kwade, Gregor Hildebrandt, Carsten Nicolai or Anselm Reyle for Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst. She contributes to the New York based blog ArteFuse about contemporary art exhibitions in Berlin. And she is the founder of the SALOON, a network for women working in the art scene in Berlin.