Visual artist based in Amsterdam.
me @ muge yilmaz . com




Upcoming >>
Antwerp Art Weekend
Tunnel in Via del Biscione, in collaboration with Johan K., Rome
Second Triennial of Beetsterzwaag



Currently >>
Meeting the Universe Halfway at KIT, Kunst im Tunnel, Dusseldorf, on view till 3 June
Ongoing performances every other Sunday




Past >>




Water Temple, from "The Concrete:The Mountain" 2017




Night Search, from "The Concrete:The Mountain" 2017




"The Concrete:The Mountain" Kunsthuis SYB, Friesland, 2017
Text by Anne Marijn VoorHorst








Installation view from Oscillations (Liquid Mountain), Het Valkhof Museum, Nijmegen, 2016





Installation view from Oscillations (Liquid Mountain), Het Valkhof Museum, Nijmegen, 2016










"The Water, the Soil" Public performance part of PERFORMATIK 17, Brussels, 2017



"The Water, the Soil" Public performance part of PERFORMATIK 17, Brussels, 2017



"The Water, the Soil" Public performance part of PERFORMATIK 17, Brussels, 2017










The Water, The Soil, The Jungle, 11th Shanghai Biennial, 2016











The Water, public performance in collaboration with WorkSpaceBrussels and S.A.L.E Docks,
as part of Dark Matter Games, Venice, 2017



The Water, public performance in Venice



The Water, public performance in Venice






















Art's Birthday, If the Walls Could Walk, M KHA - Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, 2017














Future Moist, installation view at MoMart, Amsterdam



















































A Brief History of Time, Rijksakademie, 2014








A New √Član Vital, Rijksakademie, 2014 with EPS Foam, Resin, Honey, Water








Vibrational Objects, Rijksakademie, 2014 with hand carved Zebrano Wood, American Oak, Cherry Wood, Pine Wood, Cocobolo, MDF,
PlyWood, Oregon Pine, Cast Aluminum, Resin







A new Island, Rijksakademie, 2014 with Hand carved plywood, Resin, Soot





Circle of Necessities (Halay), all possible water bottles from Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2014 (Ongoing Collection)











Information is dry.


Emotions are wet.