Dirk Sorge is a media and concept artist based in Leipzig and Berlin. He studied Visual Arts at the UdK Berlin and philosophy at the TU Berlin and works on the topics of standardization, digital technology, and ableism. His works include videos, installations, performances, and computer programs. Often the notion of authorship is being questioned and rule-based systems are applied to make aesthetic decisions.
He has been working as cultural educator and consultant for inclusion in Saxony and Berlin for various museums, including the Berlinische Galerie, the Bauhaus-Archive and the State Museum of Archaeology Chemnitz (smac).
Dirk Sorge is a founding member of Berlinklusion, a network that promotes the active participation of people with disabilities in art and culture.

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