Sara Magenheimer is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Brooklyn and upstate New York. She works across a variety of media including video, painting, collage and sculpture. From 2004–2010 Magenheimer performed in bands, touring extensively and releasing five records. She then shifted her focus to an artistic practice investigating the power structures present in linguistic, temporal and semiotic forms. Bloopers, her performance-driven collaboration with Michael Bell-Smith and Ben Vida, premiered at the Performa 13 Biennial New York, NY. Her 2016 multi-sensory solo exhibition FEELS EVERYTHING LIKE SHOPPING explored the gendered aspects of late capitalism and was exhibited internationally at kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, Latvia in partnership with Art in General, NY. In February 2017, Magenheimer had her first institutional solo exhibition entitled I Collect Neglected Venoms at The Kitchen that included performances during its run. For more information please visit: