Sarah Vanhee’s artistic practice, which is closely related to performance, visual arts, and literature, is performed in a variety of spatial contexts. In 2014, she was invited by HAU Hebbel am Ufer to show her production “Lecture For Every One,” which was presented as part of “Treffpunkte” festival. Assuming the persona of the friendly stranger, she intruded into various gatherings and events. Her HAU co-production “Oblivion” was commissioned for the festival “Spectres of Marx” in 2015. Other works have been shown at institutions and festivals including Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Art Centre De Appel (Amsterdam), Arnolfini Gallery (Bristol), iDans (Istanbul), Impulstanzfestival (Vienna), Kiasma (Helsinki), and La Ferme du Buisson (Paris). Among her most recent pieces are “I Screamed and I Screamed and I Screamed” (Video Installation & Performance) and the series “Untitled.” Vanhee has written two books, which were published by Onomatopee. She regularly cooperates with CAMPO (Gent) and is a founding member of Manyone, a work structure designed by a group of artists.