Sandra Aicart's work explores how images, videos, and sensory space intertwine, create, and deepen as a way of documenting identity and experience. These methods serve as a mirror of collective memory, common spaces, and the loops generated over time. The genesis of Aicart's work expands from social stories outward.


Born in Castellón de la Plana, Spain, Sandra Aicart holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the Miguel Hernández University, where she specialized in her studies in London and Barcelona.


Aicart employs a variety of media and techniques to create her artwork, ranging from photography and video to installation and digital art. Her artistic approach is rooted in the exploration of collective memory and social narratives, addressing topics that range from personal identity to broader social issues.


Her work is characterized by its conceptual depth and her ability to merge different forms of artistic expression. Through her works, Aicart invites the viewer to reflect on their own identity and their relationship with the social and cultural environment in which they live.


Sandra Aicart's trajectory has been recognized and exhibited both nationally and internationally, and her participation in exhibitions and artistic projects has made a significant impact on the contemporary art scene. Her work continues to evolve and challenge conventions, offering a unique and provocative perspective on the intersection of art, identity, and collective memory.




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