Sabrina Meißner was born in 1983 in Bremerhaven (Bremen, Germany) and lives currently in Berlin.

After studying aesthetics, history and sociology at the University of Bremen (Germany) and the University of Bologna (Italy), she worked at various exhibitions. In 2012 she continued studies of art criticism and knowledge of curation at Ruhr-University Bochum. From February to September 2013, she served as assistant to the Curatorial Department of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Düsseldorf, Germany).

Her focus is on contemporary art and art theory, especially art as an object in space and the interaction with the viewer as a subject. The idea of a holistic view of art by the sociology of art is important in her work. In this context she discusses art in its social fabric and communication between artwork and viewer.

Since 2009 she is involved with the communication and education of art and culture and is working for StattReisen Berlin. Till 2012 she worked for Syker Vorwerk – Centre of contemporary Art, the association StattReisen Bremen e.V. and the department of music pedagogy >Musik im Ohr< of the Glocke Veranstaltungs-GmbH in Bremen. Previously, she worked at the Kunsthalle Bremen in the department of marketing during the exhibition >Monet und Camille – Frauenportraits im Impressionismus< (15. Oktober 2005 – 26. Februar 2006).