Sandra Hauser’s artistic practice evolves from terms like universal dilettantism, subjective realism, hyper sensibility for objects, emotions and surroundings and the space of the human psyche. Her vocation is to reconstruct human emotions and dramas that come with them throughout a conceptual language.

Her topics are often ambivalent with a certain potential to get on someone’s nerves.

Starting from her own biographic islands she works out the moment in which a personal conflict becomes commune.

Doing so, she refuses to limit herself to just one medium, choosing the one that will best convey her message. She pushes the practice of multidisciplinarity to the limits, until it becomes universal dilettantism, involving her personal private life to create new pieces, executing like this a constant analysis of her own displaced past and daily occurrence.