Anna-Sophie Springer is a curator, writer, and the co-director of K. Verlag in Berlin. Her practice merges curatorial, editorial, and artistic commitments by stimulating fluid relations among images, artefacts, and texts in order to produce new geographical, physical, and cognitive proximities, often in relation to historical archives and the book-as-exhibition. She is currently researching her Ph.D. on the financialisation of nature and a new form of natural history exhibition in times of ecological collapse at the Goldsmiths Centre for Research Architecture, University of London.
Together with Etienne Turpin, as members of the SYNAPSE International Curators' Network of the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, they are the co-founders and co-editors of the intercalations: paginated exhibition series, published as part of Das Anthropozän-Projekt. They recently co-curated the exhibition 125,660 Specimens of Natural History at Komunitas Salihara in Jakarta, Indonesia. Currently on view is The Lesson of Zoology, their web-based curatorial contribution to Unfold: The Volume Project, curated by Sara Giannini.