Eva González-Sancho is a curator based in France. She was director and curator at FRAC Bourgogne (Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain, Dijon, France) from 2003 to 2011 and at Etablissement d'en Face Projects (Art Projects Office, Brussels, Belgium) from 1998 to 2003.
Her interests have always revolved around the many issues today being raised by public space, as well as the perception and function of space as evidenced in exhibition projects with artists such as Guillaume Leblon, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Lara Almarcegui, Jonas Dahlberg, Katrin Sigurdardottir, Knut Asdam, Peter Downsbrough, Gaylen Gerber, Rita McBride, Koenraad Dedobeeleer, and also in acquisitions of new work for the FRAC Bourgogne collection by Francis Alÿs, Jordi Colomer, Henrik Håkansson, Marcelo Cidade.
Linked with this primary area of research, her projects also enter into relationships with language, and sometimes with text, through artworks which are part and parcel of a broader questioning about issues of awareness, the conditions and forms of self-perception and selfconsciousness in a given place, or in the readings of History as illustrated in different ways by the works of Imogen Stidworthy, Frances Stark, Stefan Brüggemann, Dora García or Matthew Buckingham.
She defines her curatorial work as focussing on ‘Non-Authoritarian’ art practices, in other words, those which offer the public an extremely broad margin for manoeuvre and interpretation, nonspectacular approaches that acknowledge the viewers own protagonism, individuality and responsibility.