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Nora Turato

° 1991, Zagreb (HR) – lives and works in Amsterdam (NL) 

Nora Turato reflects on the hectic (internet) culture of today. In her work, she explores language as a signifier that is constantly changing and tries, through a non-stop process of reinterpretation, to organise and organise our culture and world so that we can relate to it.

Using various but closely interwoven media, Turato builds a practice in which she plays with the speed of language and the ready-made vocabulary of the Internet. Her source material is text from a multitude of sources; a collection of appropriated words, sentences, fragments and quotes from film, advertising, literature, chat conversations, theatre, and social media.

Fragments of these texts find their way onto posters, prints, and artist books, but also form the basis for her meticulously scripted performances.

Nora Turato exhibited her work internationally at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein; Beursschouwburg, Brussels; Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen; Luma Foundation, Zurich; Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Bielefelder Kunstverein; CIAP, Hasselt; Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit; Manifesta 12, Palermo; MUMOK, Vienna. In the near future Tirato will have solo exhibitions at Serralves Museum, Porto; Philara Collection, Düsseldorf; and Centre Pompidou, Paris.

Nora Turato is represented by the following galleries;
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LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina 

You can also see more of Nora Turato’s work on her own website