Sonia Fernández Pan is a (in)dependent curator, art writer and researcher. Author of esnorquel since 2011, a personal project in the form of an on-line archive with podcasts, texts and written conversations, where the need – and desire – to think with others can be put into practice. Among her recent curated projects are As if we could scrape the color of the iris and still see (Twin Gallery, Madrid, 2018), CHRONO-MATTER Objects are closer than they appear (Efremidis Gallery, Berlin, 2019) and the one-year curatorial programs The more we know about them, the stranger they become (Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona 2017) and Mirror becomes a razor when it’s broken (CentroCentro, Madrid, 2018-19). Since 2018 she is co-curator of You Got To Get In To Get Out (La Casa Encendida Madrid), a research on the experience of techno music from an experiential, discursive-visceral, political and material perspective. Since the pandemic she hosts the podcast series Feminism Under Corona for Institute Kunst (Basel) and Corona Under the Ocean for TBA21Academy & Institute Kunst. Lives and works in Berlin.