Sandra Nuut’s research focus combines fashion and curation. She came to D-Crit with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from The Estonian Academy of Arts, and experience as an exchange student at Johannes Gutenberg Universität-Mainz, Germany. Sandra’s first introduction to curatorial work was an internship at the KUMU Art Museum, Estonia in 2009. With her classmates in 2013, she co-curated an experimental exhibition at The Museum of Arts and Design in New York, “Museum as Plinth: Take One/Leave One.” Sandra gained further exposure to design curating through her internship at Moss Bureau in the summer of 2013. Her interest in fashion led her to organize a lecture by the photography critic Vince Aletti as part of the D-Crit Lecture Series and to develop and present (with Caterina Francisca) a paper on fashion photographers Steven Meisel and Steven Klein at the Critique 2013conference at the University of South Australia, Adelaide.