Sarah Kanouse is an interdisciplinary artist examining landscape, public space, and cultural memory through arts practice and writing. Her frequently collaborative work takes many forms, including web platforms and multimedia, print materials, group events, and audio and video projects. She has participated in exhibitions, screenings, and events mounted by Concordia University (Montreal); the University of Michigan; the Smart Museum (Chicago); Artlink (Belgrade, Serbia); University of California Berkeley; Columbia College (Chicago); Indiana University; University of Wisconsin Madison; and the Centro Cultural Rosa Luxemburg (Buenos Aires, Argentina), and many other festivals and artist-run spaces. Sarah's writings have been published in the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest, Leonardo, Acme, The Democratic Communiqué, Critical Planning and Art Journal as well as self-published zines and booklets. An Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Iowa, she teaches specialized classes in video/time-based media and art and ecology.