Christopher Sand-Iversen was born in Cardiff in 1981.
He currently lives and works in Copenhagen.

Christopher Sand-Iversen is educated in art histiory and visual culture. He is active as an author and essayist, translator and curator.
In 2011 he and curator Iben Bach Elmstrøm opened an art space which has since evolved into SixtyEight Art Institute. Currently he is concentrating on writing and research.
Works translated by Christopher have been published by Les Figues Press in LA and Passagen Verlag in Vienna, and extracts have appeared in The White Review, Asymptote, Poetry Wales, Precipice, and the journals of the Istituto Italiano di Studi Germanici.
Recently Christopher has also been assisting cultural analyst Inanna Riccardi in conducting photo workshops for teenagers, challenging them to experiment with analogue photography and helping them to gain new perspectives on their lives and surroundings. Previously he was a member of SHOK Nordic Art Photography.

Exhibitions 2016

Nuclear Age Art in the PDF exhibition Luser Story, hosted by independent art space Brud at the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, 23 April.
Mail art contribution to the exhibition Transfer, invited by Victor Valqui Vidal from the art group Danish Folk Art, exhibited at Rondella Galéria, Esztergom Castle Museum, Hungary, and at Goúves, Iraklion, Greece.


MA in Visual Culture, University of Copenhagen

Studies in Art Photography, Fatamorgana, The Danish School of Art Photography, Copenhagen

BA in Art History, Courtauld Institute of Art, London