Sina is a researcher for ecologies & the arts focused on human and non-human relationships, on natures and cultures.
She graduated 2006 from Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development (HNEE), Germany, with a diploma degree in landuse management and nature conservation. Her thesis analysed the nature conservation value of second pillar EU Common Agricultural Policy measures in regards to the management needs of NATURA 2000 sites in Austria, France and Germany.
She obtained her cultural management degree in 2012 from the University of Cordoba, Argentina, and managed KIOSKO contemporary art space in Bolivia until 2015.
One focus of her interdisciplinary research is on sustainable land use and biodiversity.
Currently based in Berlin, where she is co-directing ‘Between Us and Nature – A Reading Club’, she continues to work translocally within Arts Collaboratory.
Putting her research into practice, she is collecting every Tuesday afternoon her share of the solidarity-based agriculture harvest.