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Miet Warlop

Miet Warlop, born in Torhout (Belgium), lives and works between Ghent, Brussels and Berlin. Warlop has a master degree in Visual Arts, she graduated at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent where she studied three dimensional art. Between 2006 and 2007 she was one of the six artists of DE BANK in arts center CAMPO Ghent, where Warlop was working on her series of "Propositions", called "Grote Hoop/Berg [Big Heap/Mountain]". While touring with the “Propositions”, she created a new work titled "Springville", a moving game of chaos, expectation and surprise in which scenography, costumes, props and characters are closely interwoven. As an associated artist of Beursschouwburg Brussels, Warlop kicked off with the second Alligator project, a weekend of mixed media and performances by different artists and musicians. Miet Warlop has been first presented at HAU Hebbel am Ufer in 2012 for the re-opening under the artistic direction of Annemie Vanackere. Her works have been presented on the Baltic Triennale of International Art-Vilnius, at Lisson Gallery London, at the BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, at KIOSK Gallery, Ghent and at the Blue Project Foundation, Barcelona. She was part of the Berliner Theatertreffen in the frame of “Stückemarkt” in 2014. In the same year Miet Warlop started her own legal production structure “Irene Wool”. In 2015 she returned with “Dragging the Bone”, and most recently in April 2017 with the performance “Fruits of Labor”.