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  • Simurgh

    28.04.2023-18.06.2023// Curated by Basak Senova, “Simurgh. Ten Women Artists from Iran” focuses on the distinctive positions and strong works of women artists of the Iranian diaspora: the exhibiton features Yalda Afsah, Mehraneh Atashi, Ramesch Daha, Nooshin Farhid, Parastou Forouhar, Mona Kasra, Anahita Razmi, Neda Saeedi, Farkhondeh Shahroudi, and Soheila Sokhanvari at Galerie Crone, Berlin. Inspired…

  • The ATLAS (PEEK Project, FWF)

    2022/2026// Senior Postdoctoral Researcher and Project Leader of the Arts-based Research Programme (PEEK) project “the Atlas” (co-leader: Dr. David Chisholm) at University of Applied Arts, awarded by FWF Austrian Science Fund.

  • “Liquid Saturation” exhibition at Palazzo Sant’Elia, Palermo, BAM – Biennale Arcipelago Mediterraneo

    23/09/2022-22/01/2022// “Liquid Saturation” exhibition of Art Rethinks Transformation for Training (ART4T) by the MeNO Association with the University of Aarhus, funded by the EU Erasmus+ Programme at Palazzo Sant’Elia, Palermo. Engaged for 10 days in non-formal training, co-creation and artistic practice with Danish artist Gry Worre Hallberg, Italian artist Egle Oddo and Turkish curator Basak…

  • “Ivy” at Zilberman-Project Space, Zilberman Istanbul, and Zilberman Selected

    14/09-01/12/2022// Ivy is a group exhibition that spans three venues of the gallery in Istanbul. “Ivy” features works by Heba Y. Amin, Omar Barquet, Burçak Bingöl, Yane Calovski, Ramesch Dah​a, Memed Erdener, Didem Erk, Fatoş İrwen, Zeynep Kayan, Azade Köker, Bronwyn Lace, Marcus Neustetter, Cristiana de Marchi, Larry Muñoz, Maarit Mustonen, Egle Oddo, Erkan Özgen, Bochra…

  • 2Fold/2Kat: Bronwyn Lace and Marcus Neustetter

    02.11.2022/02.01.2023// Curated Basak Senova, 2Fold designates an ongoing process of a parallel act that discovers each other in the inquiry of doing. Two artists, Bronwyn Lace and Marcus Neustetter, with different approaches and visual languages, fold and unfold ideas of doing. Hence, they materialize this process with the use of paper. Both artists use mirrored and manipulated objects, footage, alphabets, morphology,…

  • “2022 Absa L’Atelier” Art Competition

    2022// Jury Member: “Absa L’Atelier” Art Competition (Nigeria, Zambia, Botswana, Uganda, Tanzania, Namibia, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Seychelles, Mozambique, Mauritiu) /w Shonisani Netshia, Shenaz Mahomed, Sharlene Khan, Diane Victor, Meriam Bousselmiis, Stefan Eisenhofer, Julius Heinicke, Bénédicte Alliot, Alexia Walker, Armelle Dakouo, Sophie Boulé by the Absa L’Atelier and South African National Association for the Visual…

  • “The Octopus” exhibition at AIL, Vienna

    2022 “The Octopus” exhibition of the Octopus Programme, Angewandte Interdisciplinary Lab and three-day public programme at Tonkino Saalbau in Vienna (including participants from A Research of Doing, initiated by the University of Pretoria and University of Applied Arts Vienna in collaboration with the Centre for the Less Good Idea, funded by OeAD Africa-UniNet and BMBWF).

  • The Octopus – Special Programme in Tunis

    03-10/05/2022// The fifth travel of the Octopus Programme participants: Dinner with B7L9 Team. Studio visits to Tunisian artists. Visiting Atelier Omar Bey, Hela Ammar, Thameur Mejri, and 32Bis Association for Contemporary Art. Installing the “Duologue” exhibition, the public programme, the children workshop, and the screening

  • “Duologue” exhibition at B7L9, The Kamel Lazaar Foundation, Tunis

    6-7-870572022 “Duologue” exhibition, public programme, children workshop and the screening of the Octopus Programme, B7L9, The Kamel Lazaar Foundation, Tunis.

  • The Octopus – Special Programme in South Africa

    10-16/04/2022// The fourth travel of the Octopus Programme Participants, accompanied with the MFA and PhD students of University of Pretoria with joint sessions, meetings and activities of the A Research of Doing Project. Workshops and meetings with University of Pretoria MFA and PhD students o Ideation process and Workshops of Season 9 at the Centre…