Sanne Danz studied at the Minerva Academy for the Arts in Groningen and subsequently completed a master’s degree in sculpture at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. As a freelance scenographer, she designed stage sets for more than 130 performances, mainly in her native country.
In 1989 she was a Prix de Rome finalist. Her work was included in the Dutch submissions to the Prague Quadrennial in 2003 and 2007 and also featured in several exhibitions on spatial design, among others in the Dutch Architecture Institute. Her other activities include designing exhibitions and teaching scenography at various art schools in The Netherlands.
Sanne Danz’s extensive experience as scenographer ranges from modest, experimental theatre to large-scale, often site- specific music theatre.