Sarah Klein is an artist, educator and curator based in San Francisco. She creates narrative and abstract stop-motion animations with paper cutouts and live-action footage. In her print based work she reveals hidden animations through common and uncanny forms. Klein has shown her work at an international selection of venues including De Vishal in Haarlem, NL, General Public in Berlin, DE, Institute of Contemporary Art in San Jose, CA, the Mill Valley Film Festival, CA and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, HR. She has received awards from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Awesome Foundation and Southern Exposure’s Alternative Exposure Grant. Klein is the founder of the Stop & Go screening program that features animations by visual artists and filmmakers. She also curates for the San Francisco branch of the Peephole Cinema.