In courtesy of World Pieces Museum, 3010
drawings on A4 paper, Istanbul-Warshaw 2010








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Orijinal, Altyazısız/Original, No Subtitles 
solo exhibition, artSümer, Istanbul 2010

Perde kalktığında gördüğüm manzara bambaşkaydı.
Başka bir ülkeye taşınmış gibiydim.
Burada konuşulan dili anlayamıyordum ve gözlerim iyi görememeye başlamıştı.
Şimdi buradayım, çok aşağıda ve çok yukarıdayım.
Görebildiğim kadarını seyrettim, seyrettiğim kadarını gösterdim. Kazı henüz bitmedi, karşınızdaki hala benimle…
Ceren Oykut, Istanbul, 2010






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Istanbul Zombi 2066, comicbook project by Mery Cuesta
with Tan Cemal Genç, Göksu Gül, Cem Dinlenmiş, Emir Yardımcı
Istanbul-Barcelona 2009







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Tsunami 

paint on wall, 2009
Musee d'Art Contemporain de Lyon


Xe Biennale de Lyon: Le Spectacle du Quotidien
curated by Hou Hanru















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Adventures of the Water and the Earth
drawings on A4 papers, 2009

Centre d'Art et Photographie de Lecture: Quel Istambul?
curated by Francois Saint-Pierre








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Please, Help Yourself 

site-spesific installation
Palais Des Beaux Arts De Lille, 2009

Istanbul Traversee
exhibition commisaire: Caroline Naphegyi
organised by Lille3000








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Lost Passport

solo exhibition, Kibla Multimedijski Center, Maribor, 2008


Ceren Oykut proudly presents her one-year Schengen visa on her lost passport.The persistent feeling of trespassing would not fade away. Yet, the riotous will to discover new lands and to explore different lives is always at stake.The more it becomes unreachable, the more you insist: New rules. New obligations. Additional documents. Further verifications. More questions. More legality. More reliable proof. A constant state of claiming your decency: all in all, you simply want to go to another land, not commit a crime.In the atlas of concealed lands, your voyage starts with daydreaming. Impossible lands with fictive characters and never-ending adventures shape your dreams with overlapping stories waiting to be told. To be in command of these passionate dreams, all you need is a visa on your passport. Some brave and lucky dreamers have managed to obtain it before, that we know. An artist girl worked hard for this: it is said that her dreams have exceeded her maps and that she has been searching for ways to control these maps. Then, she was invited here to exhibit these maps.Now, she also has to prove that she is in control of the situation. Even so, Ceren Oykut proudly presents her one-year Schengen visa on her lost passport.
Basak Senova 






ink and ink stamp on pattern sheet




Lost Passport, exhibition wiew












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