It is still important to communicate the complex interrelationships of the foundations of human life in society and art in order to ensure the careful use of the earth's resources for the survival of humanity. For me, this includes the conscious perception of the micro- and macrocosm of nature and the earth in sound and image.

In order to report artistically on something that goes beyond one's own imagination, de- subjectivised basic material is required for artistic production. My preoccupation with the microscopic sound and visual worlds of fauna allows me to discover the subtlety of the richly varied internal structures in order to create artistically designed spaces of experience.

Media artist and composer, lives and works in Karlsruhe, Germany. Studied composition with Prof. Wolfgang Rihm at the State University of Music Karlsruhe (concert exam 1992). She is considered a pioneer in spatial sound art. She received the Siemens Media Art Prize in 1993 for the development of her "TopoPhonien". As a DAAD scholarship holder, she visited international computer music centres in the USA and the Netherlands. As a solo artist (since 1992) and as the artist couple <SA/JO> Sabine Schäfer / Joachim Krebs (1998-2013), she has produced a large number of installative audio-visual works. For Zaha Hadid's architecture, the artists created a  walk-in installation for the "phaeno" science centre in Wolfsburg (purchase). Since 2017 media-artistic development of hybrid pictorial works with augmented reality per audio QR code or video. Since 2020 audio-visual room installations with glass-sound objects in cooperation with the visual artist Rosemarie Vollmer. 2021 Scholarship from the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of the State of Baden-Württemberg. Her works are part of the collection of the ZKM Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, among others: inclusion of the hybrid print “Audio Biospheres Magenta, 1 of 5” *) and 2022 purchase of the audio-visual installation "Bats'n'Insects Version ZKM", curator Peter Weibel.