İnci Eviner’s body of work is comprised of multilayered pieces that originate from drawings. Ranging from drawings and video to performative and collaborative practices, she explores politics of desire, space, and subjectivity and its potentiality. As an artist, she is aware of the traumas with which we live, which demand a new kind of listening and witnessing. She holds a PhD in Fine Arts from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul and has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Art and Design at the Kadir Has University, Istanbul since 2011. She participated in the following group exhibitions and biennials: Rainbow Caravan, 3rd Aichi Triennale, Aichi, 2016; Les Parfums de l'Intranquillité, Hotel des Arts, Toulon, 2016; and İstanbul: Passion, Joy, Fury, MAXXI, Rome, 2015. Recent solo exhibitions include: İnci Eviner Retrospective: Who's Inside You?, Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, 2016; Runaway Girls, The Drawing Center, New York, 2015; and Stages of Everyday Politics, Mario Mauroner Contemporary, Vienna, 2014. Eviner lives and works in Istanbul.