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mw. L. (Lora) Sariaslan MA

Moderne Europese Geschiedenis
Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Capaciteitsgroep Europese studies

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  • Kloveniersburgwal 48
    1012 CX Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    The art historian and curator Lora Sariaslan is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Amsterdam with her dissertation What ‘moves’ artists? The Making of Identity in the Transnational Art Practices of Contemporary European-Turkish Artists. Her academic focus is on contemporary visual artists who came to Europe from the other side of the EUropean border, Turkey. Contemporary visual artists from Turkey, who have left their ‘home’ for various reasons, such as migration or education, have emerged as a distinctive voice on the contemporary European art scene. What makes these artists pertinent for an analysis of new forms of identity and citizenship making, and the negotiation of belonging and mobility in contemporary Europe is that their art presents the sheer diversity of artistic approaches that address, incorporate, and fold cultural interaction as well as confrontation with the cultural ‘container’ that is Western Europe. Adopting their art as ‘snapshots’ of identity negotiations, her research aims to query how mobility and migration shape artistic imagination and production, focusing on case studies that aim to shed light on the (re)imaginings of new European identities through art.

    Lora Sariaslan received her B.A. in Art History and Integrated International Studies from Knox College, Illinois and her M.A. in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin.

    She was assistant curator at the Dallas Museum of Art in Texas (2001-2005) and curator at Istanbul Museum of Modern Art  (2005-2011). She has curated/co-curated exhibitions internationally, among others, was the curator of the 2nd Mardin Biennial: Double Take in Turkey (2012), This yearning is ours! at the Center of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland (2016) and What We Forget at Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam (2019).

    A member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA), Sariaslan is the National Correspondent for the European Museum Forum (EMF) for Turkey.

  • Publicaties

    2019

    • Bialasiewicz, L. A., & Sariaslan, L. (2019). Woven into the Oriental Carpet: Materializing the Politics of Resentment. In C. de Cesari, & A. Kaya (Eds.), European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other London: Routledge.

    2018

    • Sariaslan, L. (2018). The Art of Migration: Contemporary Visual Artists beyond the Boundaries of Turkey. Mobile Culture Studies. The Journal, 4, 91-106. https://doi.org/10.25364/08.4:2018.1.7 [details]
    • Sarıaslan, L. (2018). Şükran Moral dalla Turchia all’Italia: Un’artista crocifissa? Alaturka Journal : Kültür ve Seyahat dergisi.

    2017

    • Sarıaslan, L. (2017). Seeing and Sewing Maps: The Art of Servet Koçyiğit. In B. Doğramacı, & M. Smolińska (Eds.), Re-Orientierung: Kontexte zeitgenössischer Kunst in der Türkei und unterwegs (pp. 137-150). Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos. [details]

    2016

    2016

    • Sariaslan, L. (2016). In Civilizations with Boats. In (In) constancy of Space: Struggle for Identity Amsterdam: Croatian Association of Fine Artists/ Arti et Amicitiae .
    • Sariaslan, L. (2016). This yearning is ours! Czyste wody. In L. Sariaslan (Ed.), Czyste wody. This yearning is ours! Torun, Poland : Center of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu.
    • Sarıaslan, L. (2016). In the Palm of the Hand: Tracing Contemporary Art from Turkey. In E. Bossan (Ed.), Istanbul Codex: Contemporary Artists from Turkey (pp. 30-37). (Imago Mundi: Luciano Benetton collection). Crocetta del Montello: Antiga Edizioni. [details]
    • Sarıaslan, L. (2016). Nel palmo della mano: tratteggiando l'arte contemporanea della Turchia. In E. Bossan (Ed.), Istanbul Codex: Contemporary Artists from Turkey (pp. 46-54). (Imago Mundi: Luciano Benetton collection). Crocetta del Montello: Antiga Edizioni.
    • Sarıaslan, L. (2016). Türkiye Çağdaş Sanatının İzini Avuç İçinde Sürmek. In E. Bossan (Ed.), Istanbul Codex: Contemporary Artists from Turkey (pp. 38-45). (Imago Mundi: Luciano Benetton collection). Crocetta del Montello: Antiga Edizioni.
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