Ulufer Celik (1992, Turkey) is an artist who lives and works in the Netherlands. She completed her studies in the MA Art Praxis program at the Dutch Art Institute in 2018. She received a BArch from the Department of Architecture in Istanbul Bilgi University in 2014. Her work has been exhibited in several group exhibitions in MAXXI, VanAbbe Museum, Designhuis, Corridor Project Space, DEPO, Apartment Project, State of Concept in Athens, Yellow Brick Gallery in Athens, Litost Gallery in Prague, İnstitute for Provocation in Beijing, Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien and others. Her work explores political potentialities of narrative and myth-making, supported with artistic research in the realm of archeology, history and spatial practices through film, performance and poetry.
Cihad Caner (1990, Turkey) is an artist living and working in Rotterdam and Istanbul, who works primarily with photography, video, CGI, and sculpture. Recent work focuses on image culture; portrayals of the “other”; the utilization of objects in daily life; and the ways people face circumstances such, resistance, immigration, and representation. Recently he has exhibited at V2_Lab for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam; Hong Kong Arts Center; Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts; Galerie BOHAI, The Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki; Corridor Project Space, Amsterdam; Blitz, Valetta; and EYE Filmmuseum, Amsterdam. Caner was recently in residence at ARCUS Project in Japan and received a Mondriaan Fonds Jong Talent grant in 2018. Caner holds a Masters in Media Design and Communication from Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam.