Daniella Sanader (CA) is a writer and reader based in Toronto. In her work, she explores oblique ways of writing about art: through speculation, meandering, overidentification, misunderstanding, and close reading. Her writing has appeared in Canadian Art, Artforum.com, C Magazine, BlackFlash, Border Crossings, Maclean’s, The Brooklyn Rail, esse, and others. Her texts have also been published by a number of galleries and artist-run spaces across Canada and internationally. She has curated projects for Vtape, Oakville Galleries, Open Studio, LOMAA, and Gallery TPW. In 2018, she was a participant in the Critical Art Writing Ensemble III at the Banff Centre. Currently, she is a PhD student in Art History and Visual Culture at York University, Toronto.
At Rupert, Daniella will work concurrently on two (interconnected) writing and research projects: one about shared fiction reading and the dynamics of the studio visit, the second about citation, indigestion, and the cultural history of “eating your words.”
Image: Daniella Sanader personal archive