Patricia Sandonis is a conceptual artist based in Berlin. She studied fine arts in the Complutense University UCM, Madrid (2007) where she received an exchange scholarship for the FH for design in Schwäbisch Gmünd in Germany. A scholarship from the sculpture Park at Universal Museum Joanneum was the starting point of her interest for art in the public realm - now present in most of her works. She holds a Master in Art in Context from the UdK University in Berlin (2014).
Her artistic works has been shown in art institutions including Patio Herreriano Museum, Valladolid in Spain, Palazzo Ducale in Genova, SBK in Berlin, Heidelberger Kunstverein and Salzamnt in Linz. In 2016 she was invited to Villa Massimo in Rome, for a residency where she started the visual research for the artistic work she currently producing which relates to the question of how the unilateral narration of history can influence the perception of places that could be differently perceived if history would have included missing elements. Sandonis views her work as research on visual mechanisms to use on the development of the next generation monuments that will influence the collective memory of the future.
Sandonis's participation in residency eleven, Monumental—Temporal has been made possible due to kind support from the Embassy of Spain.