Sebiha Demir (1978), born in Lochem and currently living and working in The Netherlands, graduated from the Aki-Artez Academy for Art & Design in 2004.
She creates sculptures of animals out of an unconventional material; .22 bullet sleeves. Her choice of material only strengthens the idea that she sends with her work. Demir is inspired by the increasing threat of human behaviour to exotic animals and the ambiguous relationship between human and animal. The playful postures and glowing, almost fuzzy, surfaces of the gorillas, elephants, panthers, and bears, give them a pet-like quality. That only intensifies the contrast between the initial appearance of the sculpture and the seriousness of Demirs message.
Nature Calls19 Jan - 22 Feb 2020We present a group-exhibition of totally different artists: young female artists Florentijn de Boer, Joana Schneider, Sebiha Demir and Sophie Steengracht and renowned artists Stefan Gross, Eka Acosta, Jan Koen Lomans and Tomáš Libertiny. Despite the diversity in choice of materials and technology, they have a common urgent message: their...
PAN Amsterdam14 - 21 Nov 2021During PAN Amsterdam we present cross-overs between art and design. Various artists from our gallery are not bound to one specific medium, category or craft. They are both artists and designers and make art that can be seen as design and vice versa. We present the following artists during PAN Amsterdam: Sebiha Demir Kiki van Eijk Beppe Kessler Joana Schneider Diederik Schneemann Jessi Strixner Ted Noten REM Atelier