Yasemin Özcan

Yasemin Özcan (b.1974, İstanbul) lives and works in İstanbul. Recent group exhibitions include this secret world that exists right 
there in public Rampa, Istanbul (2014), What is it that you’re worried about? RODEO, Istanbul (2014), Giving Form to the Impatience of Liberty, WKV-Stuttgart (2013), Unrest of Form/Imagining the Political Subject Secession, Vienna (2013), D-0 ARK Underground Biennale, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2013), Sail Away, We Must! CDA Projects, Istanbul (2013), Turkish Art New and Superb, Tanas, Berlin (2013), Kayısı Kent A4, Depo, Istanbul (2011), İkinci sergi, Arter, İstanbul (2010), Tabiatım Bu! Kasa Galeri, İstanbul (2010), I am not there, Apex CCS Bard, NY (2010), üçyüzbir, Apartman Projesi, Istanbul (2009), save as Triennale Bovisa (2009), transfer Ludwig Forum Museum, Aachen (2007) and transfer Bochum Museum (2007). She was an artist in residence at Cite des Arts (2012), Can Xalant Center for Contemporary Art (2009) and transfer (2006). Along with Budak Akalın she was the set designer in Poyraz, a nominee at the short film category at the 59th Cannes Film Festival.