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► Community project: Four Sisters 8.8km walk

24 October Sunday

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W139 That Those Beings Be Not Being 22 October till 28 November

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The Adventures of Umay Ixa Kayakizi, Other Futures Festival, until 12 November


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Re-Nature, opening October 2021



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► Four Sisters Project,

Hemelladder
A living portrait of Hildegard von Bingen achter de St. Franciscus Xaveriuskerk, Amersfoort, NL

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A New Nest of Protectors
Public installation: Openbare kunst op testlocatie Sloterdijk Station, curated by Iris Dik

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Passato >> ► On Protection (Apotropaic Devices), Bureau Postjesweg, Amsterdam

Finissage and performance in collaboration with Sarah van Sonsbeeck 30th June



Photos by GJ van Rooij

Exhibition Texts: Interview met kunsthistoricus Laura Kneebone

Interview with zooarchaeologist Maaike Groot (English)

Interview met zoöarcheoloog Maaike Groot (Nederlands)

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►Outdoor Installation for Art Rotterdam, in collaboration with NEST

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Group Show Between the Self & the Other, Tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam

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A Fair Share of Utopia
Opening 4th September until 22 November, 2020, NEST, Den Haag
A Garden Of Coincidences photos by Lotte van Uittert





A Garden of Coincidences (detail)

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Tapetum Lucidum 2017 - 2020
Collective exhibition Unlocked / Reconnected with A Tale of A Tub

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Apotropaic Device III, CNC-cut and hand carved birch, 2020



Apotropaic Device III, CNC-cut and hand carved birch, 2020



Apotropaic Device III, CNC-cut and hand carved birch, 2020

Plural Fertilities
Group show curated by Zippora Elders at Kunstfort Vijfhuizen - on view until 6th September 2020

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The Seventh Continent
16th Istanbul Biennial curated by Nicolas Bourriaud





Eleven Suns, CNC-cut and hand carved birch wood, various stones, shells, water, photos by Sahir Ugur Eren













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Museumnacht at De APPEL curated by Faysal Mroueh

Text at Tubelight by Anna Rosja Haveman & Vanessa van't Hoogt ,

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The Triennial of Beetsterzwaag
The Concrete : The Mountain

7 - 8 September, 2018
An outdoor installation and performance around Witte Meer first developed in 2017 during a residency
at Kunsthuis SYB . The audience is guided through the forest where the works
can only be viewed by use of torches
Curated by Julia Geerlings and Niekolaas Lekkerkerk

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And They Were Out
Outdoor installation with performance, sculptures, and sound by Rutger Muller
at Nieuw & Meer, 14 July, 2018

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Baker Tilly Prize, 2018

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Performance during Antwerp Art Weekend
Invited by Art Viewer, Special Feature

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Meeting the Universe Halfway at KIT, Kunst im Tunnel, Dusseldorf

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



Night Search, from "The Concrete:The Mountain" 2017, Kunsthuis SYB, Friesland




Oscillations (Liquid Mountain), Het Valkhof Museum, Nijmegen, 2016





Oscillations (Liquid Mountain), Het Valkhof Museum, Nijmegen, 2016


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"The Water, the Soil" Public performance part of PERFORMATIK 17, Brussels, 2017 Photo by Paul McGee



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



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

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

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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













Performance in M KHA - Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, 2017







Future Moist, installation view at MoMart, 2015, Amsterdam




Future Moist, installation view at MoMart, 2015, Amsterdam




The Water, The Soil, The Jungle, Park Tour&Taxis, WorkSpaceBrussels, 2016 curated by Marnix Rummens







The Water, The Soil, The Jungle IIII, Parc Tour&Taxis, Brussels, 2016



A Brief History of Time, Rijksakademie Open, 2014



A Brief History of Time, Rijksakademie Open, 2014






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






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








Circle of Necessities (Halay)
All possible water bottles from Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2013 (Ongoing Collection)

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11th Shanghai Biennale, 2016

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Rijksakademie 2013 - 2014

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WorkSpace Brussels

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16th Istanbul Biennial

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Sketch from 2012, 99 Venuses, found in old external driver

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In her work, Müge Yilmaz examines the paradoxes around to concept of protection with focus on community,
survival and belief (faith). Through performances, photographs and installations she creates immersive atmospheres inspired by
feminist science-fiction. Following the concept of three ecologies for observing the mental (subjective), societal and
environmental developments in a parallel method, she uses image and performance as tools for envisioning
potential futures. By keeping protection as a common denominator, her research creates speculations on preservation
and scarcity. She constantly looks for trigger points in shape of visual manifestations that provoke
subconscious reactions and reflexes. (2020)


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Thank you.