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Mette Sterre

OK. oskar: performances | Mette Sterre
19. Juli 2023 / 19–22 Uhr CEST

Mette Sterres Porträt Door Sinan Seyhan

G-string Theory: Pointing Sisters’ Blame Game

Mette Sterre (Künstlerin, Niederlande)

Mette Sterre, born in Delft in 1983, lives and works in Amsterdam.
Sterre creates sculptural body masks that cover the wearer's entire body. The way in which the complex body masks restrict and permit movement forms the basis of her performances, installations and films. Sterre investigates how the human contour can be disturbed in the broadest sense, both ideologically and materially, in order to question what more we can be, other than human beings.

Selected Solo Presentations
2023 Multidance CODA, Apeldoorn (upcoming). 2018 Staging Realities Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg (DE). 2018 Manchester Contemporary Art Fair Joey Ramone, Manchester (UK). 2016 Sairagaz, Honey You’re No Seabunny, Joey Ramone, Rotterdam (NL). 2015 The End of Normal TENT, Rotterdam.

International Festivals/Bienales
2022 Manifesta 14, Pristina. Alternative Miss World Competition. Shakespeare Globe Theater, London. 2021 MIP4, Center of Experimentation and Info in Art, Belo Horizonte (BR). 2020 3pesos Trienale Bestos, Mexico City. 2019 LA Book Fair, Montez Press Radio and Publication, Los Angeles, CA (US). 2017 Frieze; An evening of performances, David Roberts Art Foundation, London. 2017 Athens Performance Biennal, ASFA, Athens. 2016 Megahammer #2, Glasgow International, Glasgow (UK). 2015 Tribes Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, Prague. 2016 SPILLInternational Performance Festival, Ipswich (UK). 2015 Watermill Summer Benefit, Watermill Center, New York, NY (US).

Selection of International Exhibitions
2022 But what else is it but a dream map Art, Quarter, Budapest. 2021 Being Both things at Once, Sommers Gallery, London. 2020 Queer Bodies Against ____ FLUC, Vienna. 2019 AMID Roes Theater, Athens. 2018 Hakuna Patata, Gallery Esmeralda, Willemstad, Curacao. 2017 Hummelmania, Birmingham Art/Fierce Festival Birmingham (UK). 2017Queering the Occult, Queen Mary University, London. I can't be inside and outside at the same time, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh (UK). Once Upon a Pink, Puder Raum Gallery, Berlin. 2015 Spotlight on Schawinsky, Migros Museum, Zurich. Art15 Artfair, Best of Graduates, Olympia, London. 2014 Robert Wilsons Illy Red Night. Triennial Design Museum, Milan (IT). 2014 Night Watch Festival, Cambridge Junction, Cambridge (UK).

Selected Presentations in the Netherlands
2023 On Marvellous Things, Kunsthal Kade, Amersfoort (NL). The Grand Palace of Everyone Nest, Den Haag (NL). Animated Landscapes, 38CC, Delft (NL). 2022 Innovation:Lab, Theater Utrecht, Utrecht (NL). Gods Head Brief Encounters. Lust Warande, Tilburg (NL). Come Alive, Muntgebouw, Utrecht (NL). Habitat Multiform project space de Viervaart, Groede (NL). Big Dada, Arti et Amicitea, Amsterdam. Art Rotterdam, Kers Gallery, Rotterdam (NL). Evidence in Motion: Amorphous Beings III, The Hague (NL). 2021 Rijksakademie Open Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam. 2019 Rijksakademie Open, Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam. Master Talk, Museum de Pont, Tilburg (NL). 2018 Le Faux Rire Cobra Museum, Amstelveen (NL). High Light Art and Science Festival, Theater de Veste, Delft (NL).2017 Playtime, Kunstvlaai at the SSBA Salon Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam. 2016 All You Can Art #1, Summer Carnival, IBB, Kunsthal, Tent, Rotterdam (NL). 2015 Super Nova Schunck, Heerlen (NL). Carnival,  Marres House for Contemporary Culture, Maastricht (NL).

Guest Lectures/Teaching
Rietveld Academie, Willem De Kooning Academy, Frank Mohr Institute, Mount Holyoke College, Central Saint Martins, St. Joost of Visual Arts, TENT, American Academy Berlin, Royal Academy The Hague, Queen Mary University London, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Maastricht, University of the Arts London, Akademie voor Dans en Theater Amsterdam, IBB.
Mette Sterre. Foto: Door Sinan Seyhan.