Stage and Costume
Sandra Fox studied architecture in Bremen as well as stage design/costume design/scenography at the Technical University in Berlin. She has worked with scenic space in an interdisciplinary manner. She was in charge of the design for Mauricio Kagel’s “Der mündliche Verrat” (directed by Anselm Dalferth, Götz-Friedrich Award 2013) at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, created the space for the experimental opera “Erschöpfung” by NOVOFLOT (directed by Sebastian Bark) at the sophiensaele Berlin and developed various stage and costume designs for She She Pop (HAU, Maxim-Gorki-Theater Berlin). Her first collaboration with She She Pop – “Testament” – was invited to the Berliner Theatertreffen 2011; it was also honored with the Friedrich-Luft Prize, the award of the Goethe Institute at the Impulse Festival 2011, the Korean Theater Award 2012 as well as the King Lear Award Toronto 2013. The She She Pop piece “7 Schwestern”, for which Sandra Fox created the stage design and film sets received a Theatertreffen nomination. The production “Schubladen” by She She Pop is also performed in her stage and video design and was nominated for the Italian Ubu Award 2013. In cooperation with the artist Catherine Sullivan and the composer Sean Griffin, Fox created the avant-garde film and music production “The Chittendens” in Chicago and Berlin, a project commissioned by Tate Modern, London and the Secession, Vienna. Sandra Fox realized video and 3-D animations for the Staatstheater Schwerin (“Gianni Schicchi”, directed by Arturo Gama), the Staatsoper Unter den Linden (“Il Turco in Italia”, directed by David Alden) and the Komische Oper Berlin (“Die rote Zora”, directed by Jasmina Hadziahmetovic). She, moreover, designs and realizes scenographic concepts for films and events. She is also dedicated to free photographic work about the topic “space & perception”.
At the Münchner Kammerspiele Sandra Fox will create the stage for “50 Grades of Shame” by She She Pop during the 2015/16 season.