Müge Yilmaz [TR] presented by workspacebrussels

The water, the Soil, the Jungle

25.03 – 26.03.2017

Strange figures in camouflage suits dwell through the urban space. Inspired by female shamanic practices, they shift from being a part of your surrounding to an autonomous, physical body. 

Müge Yilmaz graduated from the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam and develops a diverse body of work that sheds a new light on how we gather knowledge about our surroundings.

Workspacebrussels is a workspace for live arts in their most diverse forms.
During Performatik17 they unleash a series of public interventions that might change the way you look at things.


concept, development Müge Yilmaz | co-production workspacebrussels | in collaboration with S.M.A.K (Ghent), M HKA (Antwerp), ParckFarm (Brussels)

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