Sara Cluggish is a writer and curator based in Minneapolis. Her research interests lie at the intersection of performance and moving image scholarship, with an emphasis on gender and sexuality studies. She is Co-Director of FD13 residency for the arts in Minneapolis/St. Paul for which she is developing a 2018 season of events with Patrick Staff, Marianna Simnett and Johanna Hedva surrounding themes of health, illness and the body in a state of flux. In her role as Associate Curator (USA) at Site Gallery in Sheffield, UK she is curating a newly commissioned moving image work by Daria Martin, which experimentally adapts Franz Kafka’s short story A Hunger Artist. Cluggish was formerly Assistant Curator at Nottingham Contemporary, UK and has worked in the exhibitions departments at the Chisenhale Gallery and Whitechapel Gallery in London, UK and the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. She is an occasional contributor to ArtReview, ArtReview Asia, Frieze, L’Officiele Arte Italia, and the Third Rail. She teaches Modern and Contemporary Art History at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and holds an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths College, University of London and a BFA in Fine Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art.