The performance-based work of German-Turkish artist Murat Adash seeks to investigate relations and frictions between corporality and spatiality. Through choreographic systems, his practice explores the potential of movement for reflecting on social relations. A selection of recent exhibitions, performances and projects include: Delfina Foundation, London; IG Metall, Berlin; SALT, Istanbul; The Hangar, Beirut; Alt Art Space, Istanbul; Manifesta 11, Zurich; Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago; EXPO, Chicago; Iceberg Projects, Chicago; Grimmuseum, Berlin; Motorenhalle, Dresden; Kriti Gallery, Varanasi. Murat has recently participated in residency programmes at Delfina Foundation (London), Utopiana (Geneva), Mountain School of Arts (Los Angeles) and conducted research on social choreography during a one-year studio grant in Istanbul supported by the Hessische Kulturstiftung (Wiesbaden, Germany). Adash holds an MFA in Visual Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is a current PhD Candidate in Art at Goldsmiths, University of London.