Sabine Bitter (b. 1960) is a Vancouver-based artist, curator, educator and professor at Simon Fraser University. From 2009-13, Bitter was the coordinator of the Audain Visual Artist in Residence program and the curator of the Audain Gallery, SFU, realizing projects with Marjetica Potrč, Raqs Media Collective, Elke Krasny with the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre, Ricardo Basbaum, Claire Fontaine and Muntadas, among others. Since 1993, Bitter has collaborated with Vienna-based artist Helmut Weber on projects addressing cities, architecture and the politics of representation and space. Working mainly in photography and spatial installations, their research-oriented practice engages with specific moments and logics of global urban change in neighbourhoods, architecture and everyday life. Engaging architecture as a frame for spatial meaning, their ongoing research includes projects like “Educational Modernism” and “Housing the Social.” In 2004, Bitter, Weber and Jeff Derksen formed the research collective Urban Subjects.