Mylou Oord (1987) is an interdisciplinary artist whose primary focus has long been in the field of social equity within the realm of mental health, accessibility, queerness and class struggle. Their practice is largely driven by their subjects of interest and their involvement in its discourse. As writing and audio visual work is the primary medium in their artistic practice, their engagement with audiences remains instrumental and hence is the driving source of their inspiration. They live and work in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

contact
e-mail / +31 (0)6 4652 1246

education
Master of Fine Arts – Sandberg Instituut / Resolution Moving Image 2019 – 2021
Bachelor of Fine Arts – Gerrit Rietveld Academie  2011 – 2014

residency
Hotel Maria Kapel for Polly’s Picture Show October 18 till 22nd 2016
Radio 4 – Opium – De Torenkamer. December 1st till 5th 2014

shows

(group) Missing Homes @ Hotel Maria Kapel in Hoorn, The Netherlands. Curated by Danai Giannoglou. July 4th – September 5th 2021
(online) Melkweg Expo ‘Dahl&Deliberations’ video commissioned for International Women’s Day March 2021. In collaboration with Shreya de Souza 
(group) Resolution presents ‘Low Res’ at Sexyland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 19th 2020
(group) Bring your own beamer @ Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2nd 2016
(group) Polly’s Playground @ Hotel Maria Kapel in Hoorn, The Netherlands. 12 November – 10 December 2016
(group) The Graduation Show, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2014
(group) Avral II, Butchers Tears, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 2013
(group) ‘Atlantic Ocean Drive’ group show curated by Collectief Ondergrond, Vondelbunker, Vondelpark, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Installation work ‘Metal Ideas’ together with Felicia von Zweigbergk. August 2013
(group) Playing with Reality, Vetterstraat 66, Amsterdam,The Netherlands, June 2013
(group) Untersicht, Die Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK), Hamburg, Germany, May 2013
(group) Foam 3H in Galerie Spaarnestad, Haarlem, The Netherlands, April 2010
(solo) 3H Foam_Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, ‘It would be so nice’, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, January – March 2010