Biography

Didem Yazıcı is a curator and writer based in Germany. She studied  ‘Art History’ in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul (2008) and completed her MA in ‘Curatorial and Critical Studies’ at the Städelschule and Goethe University (2013) on the topic ‘Curating Artistic Acts: Merging Public Programming and Exhibition Making: Analysis of “Poetry Readings” and “Writers’ Residency” of dOCUMENTA (13). She is starting her new position as ‘Curatorial Research Assistant’ at Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg in 2015. In 2014, she curated a group exhibition ‘Left Unsaid’ in Kreuzberg Pavillion and ‘A Tale of Shahmaran’ a solo exhibition of Mehtap Baydu in Berlin. In 2013, she has been ‘curatorial researcher-in-residence’ at the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart where she curated a group exhibition ‘Locus’ as part of  ‘Apparatus Criticus & Locus’ and ‘Footnotes’ at Lotte exhibitions. In parallel, she curated a process-based exhibition ‘Autopoiesis’  in Querungen, Kunstverein Stuttgart . She worked as Project Assistant at the Maybe Education and Public Programs of dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel (September 2011-2012) and as a Public Program Coordinator  of 2ndBiennial of Contemporary Art, D-0 ARK Underground (April 2013). She participated the Curatorial Intensive programme by The Independent Curators International ICI, New York (Fall 2012) http://curatorsintl.org/collaborators/didem_yazici. She has curated and worked for exhibitions and public programs in Istanbul, Berlin, Frankfurt, London, Kassel and Limerick namely “We are Nowhere and It is now” and “Pie In The Sky”. She is a regular contributor to art magazines, exhibition catalogues and publications such as Art Unlimited, RES Art World, Artam Global Art, Sanat Dünyamız and Radikal (daily Newspaper in Turkey). / ndidemyazici@gmail.com

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