The performance artist Nezaket Ekici spreads out her own personal world map: her intensive works tell a story of the persistent questioning of cultural identity, gender roles and globalisation.
Edited by Marta Herford, this publication accompanies the first major museum retrospective of Ekici's work, and illustrates not only the global practice of this “art nomad” over the last ten years, but also presents projects developed specifically for this exhibition.
Contributors: Nezaket Ekici, Friederike Fast, Andrea Jahn, Beral Madra, Roland Nachtigäller
Kerber Verlag, 2012. 288 pp. Gate-folded softcover. Colour and B&W illustrations throughout. 23.5 x 29cm. German, English and Turkish language.
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