Nevin Aladağ's sculptures, videos, interventions and performances present the boundaries within which certain practices, cultural or social evolve. Aladağ’s work has been shown widely at institutions including the National Museum for Art and Design, Oslo, Norway (2012); Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan (2011); Haus der Kunst, Munich (2011); Hayward Gallery, London, UK (2010); Istanbul Biennial, Turkey (2009); Taipei Biennial, Taiwan (2008); Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland (2008); Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany (2006); Muzeum Sztuki, Łódz´, Poland (2011); Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, Austria (2010) and Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico (2006).
In 2004, she received the George Maciunas Prize.
This person was part of Sharjah Biennial 11
Sharjah Biennial 11: Re:emerge – Towards a New Cultural Cartography
This catalogue accompanied Sharjah Biennial 11.
Familie Tezcan is a video portrait of a German family of Turkish origin breakdancing and singing in four different languages – Turkish, Arabic, German and English
Fragments of hand-woven and industrially produced carpets from around the world.
City Language III
City Language III is the third part of a video trilogy conceived as an experimental sound portrait of Istanbul.
Low-rider cars, which originated during the late 1940s in Mexican-American communities, have a hydraulic suspension system that allows them to change height, appearing to jump or dance.