Marlie Mul's art work manifests somewhere in between sculpture, painting, education, distribution, writing, experiments in branding, the social, and the virtual. Besides this she is currently a director of the MFA programme Work.Master in the Visual Arts Department at HEAD Genève (Geneva School of Art and Design).


SOLO SHOWS

2022 Wiels Project Room, Brussels, BE (upcomig March 30th, 2022)    
2021 Sperms Going to a Fashion Show, Croy Nielsen, Vienna, AT            
2018 Stuff, Mother Culture, Los Angeles, US
2017 Booby, Croy Nielsen Gallery, Vienna, AT
2017 Cancelled exhibition, at GoMA/Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, UK
2015 Arbeidsvitaminen, Vilma Gold, London, UK
2014 No Oduur, Tongewölbe T25, Ingolstadt, DE
2013 Boneless Banquet For One, Croy Nielsen, Berlin, DE
2013 Great Offers, (two person exhibition with Morag Keil), CEO Gallery, Malmo, SE
2012 So We Came Anyway, In Barrels, Fluxia, Milan, IT
2012 No Oduur (Your Smoke Draws Me In), Oslo10, Basel, CH
2012 Stop Being So Attractive I Can’t Get Anything Done, Autocenter, Berlin, DE
2012 No Oduur, Space, London, UK

selected GROUP SHOWS

✿ 2021
The Party,
Galerie der Stadt Schwaz, Schwaz, AT
Bye-Bye His-tory, Centre de la Gravure et de l'image imprimée, La Louvière, BE 

2020
Crack Up – Crack Down,
curated by Slavs & Tatars, Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, PL

Dans la Cave
– Hermany, Brussels, BE 

The Shop
– Galerie Georg Kargl, Vienna, AT

(Un)endliche Ressourcen? Die Kehrseite des Konsums – Künstlerische Positionen seit 1980, Städtischen Galerie Karlsruhe, DE

Back Matter – MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, Rome, IT

  2019
Curated by Vienna 2019: Circulation
, Galerie Georg Kargl, Vienna, AT

Stoneroses #8, Brücke Museum, Berlin, DE

Hermany presents: "Fashion Café", Kantine, Brussels, BE

Crack Up – Crack Down - The 33rd Biennial of Graphic Arts, curated by Slavs & Tatars, The International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), Ljubljana, SI

Four Perspectives for the Blue Whale, organised by Ian Wooldridge, Istituto Svizzero, Rome, IT

Le petit cercle Bruxellois, Avenue de Jette / Institut de carton, Brussels, BE

ground / The CEC at artgenève, art fair booth curated by ground (Marlie Mul and Harry Burke) for Centre d'édition contemporaine, Geneva, CH

2018
Fabriques de contre-savoirs, 49 Nord 6 Est–FRAC Lorraine, Metz, FR

Terres de femmes, Praz-Dellavallade, Paris, FR

She Sees The Shadows, MOSTYN (DRAF + MOSTYN), Llandudno, WAL

Trois collectioneurs, Autrement #5, ETE 78, Brussels, BE

Crash Test, La Panacée art center, Montpellier, FR

2017
Olga Balema, Marlie Mul, Iza Tarasewicz, Croy Nielsen, Vienna, AT

The New Normal, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, LBN

Eric Schmid is an Idiot, What Pipeline, Detroit, US

2016
Wirikuta, Mexican Time-slip, Museo Espacio/MECA, Aguascalientes, MX

Daydream from 2013, CANADA, New York, US

Dress Rehearsal, Centre for Style, 9th Berlin Biennal, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, DE

With Institutions Like These…, The Averard Hotel, London, UK

Der Sprache der Dinge, 21er Haus, Vienna, AT

One, No One and One Hundred Thousand, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, AT

Formen des Auswurfs, Galerie der Stadt Schwaz, Schwaz, AT

2015
Anagramma, Cura, Rome, IT

Pavillion de l’esprit Nouveau 2.0
, Swiss Institute, New York, US

Äppärat
, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, TX

Raw and Delirious
, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern

Terrapolis
, Neon Foundation / Académie Française, Athens, GR

Art in the age of…Energy and Raw Material, 
Witte de With, Rotterdam, NL

2014
Je suis feministe, Unit 21/​Penarth Centre, London, UK

To The End of the Line
, Château Shatto, Los Angeles, US

Cold Intimacy
, Anna Schwarz Gallery, Sydney, AU

Puddle, Pothole, Portal
, Sculpture Center, New York, US

Silly Canvas / Center for Style
, Utopian Slumps, Sydney, AU

Couplings, 
Taylor Macklin, Zurich, CH

In Real Life
, Christine König Gallery, Vienna, AT

Airbnb Pavilion
, Venice, IT

The Great Acceleration,
Taipei Biennial, Taipei Fine Arts Mueseum, Taiwan

Journal
, ICA, London, UK

Everything Falls Faster Than an Anvil, 
PACE, London, UK

Nature After Nature
, Fridericianum, Kassel, DE

The Promise of Melancholy and Ecology
, Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, IT

Bloomington: mall of America, north side food court, across from Burger King & The Bank Of Payphones that don’t take incoming calls, 
Bortolami, New York, US

Thin Air
, Slopes Projects, Melbourne, AU

Basic Zone
, (link to virtual tour here) CasamadreNapoli, IT

Geographies of Contamination, 
DRAF, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK

2013
Curated By, Vienna 2013: Why Painting Now?, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna, AT

Under The BQE, 
M/L Artspace, organised by Marie Karlberg and Lena Henke, New York, US

Day Before This Place
, Tanya Leighton, Berlin, DE

Forming The Loss in Darkness, 
Praz-Delavallade, Paris, FR

One After One,
Vilma Gold, London, UK

2012
Humble Habits Domestic Monuments, Hinter Haus Des Meeres, Vienna, AT

Net Narrative
, Carlos/​Ishikawa, London, GB

8003
, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, FR

A Hanging at Times
, Times e.V., Berlin, DE

Balcuzzi
, Cramer, Buenos Aires, AR

2011
Benedictions, Punctuation Programme, Limoncello, London, GB

Keep Floors and Passages Clear
, White Columns, New York, US

Rhododendron
, W139, Amsterdam, NL

2010
The Smart Frrridge (Chilly Forecast for Internet Fridge), Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz

End Note
, Archive Kabinett/​Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin (as XYM)

At Work With - XYM at the Nordic Pavilion,
2010 Architecture Biennial, Venice, IT (as XYM)

Translation as a Structuring Principle: If A Then B
, Gentili Apri, Berlin, DE

Kiss-You-Through-The-Phone
, Paloma Presents, Zürich, CH

2008
Death of Samantha / Season of Glass, New Jerseyy, Basel, CH

2007
The Theatre, (as International Festival in collaboration with Mårten Spångberg and Tor Lindstrand), Steirischer Herbst Festival, Graz, AT

My Market,
(as International Festival in collaboration with Mårten Spångberg and Tor Lindstrand), Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, DE

CAPITALISM! All or Nothing 
(as International Festival in collaboration with Mårten Spångberg and Tor Lindstrand), Cologne Art Fair, Cologne, DE


RESIDENCIES

2021 Frans Masereel Centre for Print, BE
2018
WIELS, Brussels, BE
2018 FRAC Lorraine, Metz, FR
2016 Fondation Boghossian, Villa Empain, Brussels, BE
2016 21er Haus/Belvedere Museum, Vienna, AT
2014 Pinakothek der Moderne, Kunstzeitraum/Südhausbau, Munich, DE
2013 BAR Project, Barcelona, ES
2008 Fondazione Ratti, Como, IT


selected ARTICLES / REVIEWS

2021
Henry, Max,  ​“Leda and the Swan”, Spike Magazine Online, June

2017
​“Gut gepaart, runde Dopplungen, harte Tritte”, review solo exhibition Booby at Croy Nielsen, Vienna, Falter 50/17, December
"Art as Labour in the optimised + ever-present renderings of ourselves", review of solo exhibition Booby at Croy Nielsen Vienna. AQNB (aqnb.com) Text by Karim Crippa.
"It’s not a refusal. It’s that, basically, nothing was possible". Interview by Kristian Vistrup Madsen, Studio International, August 2017
"Marlie Mul: this exhibition has been cancelled." Text by Lauren Velvick, Art Monthly, September 2017

2016
Mul, Marlie,  ​“Marlie Mul on Rosa Bonheur”, e-flux Online, October

2015
​"Deep Screen at Parc Saint Lédger, Pouguese-les-Eaux”, Mousse Online, May 22. Text by Le Houezec, Camille and Villemont, Jocelyn.
Marlie Mul, Vilma Gold, Artforum, May, pp. 386 – 387, Text by Elisa Shaar.
​"Art In The Age Of…Energy and Raw Material… at Witte de With, Rotterdam”, Mousse Online, April 29 
​"Marlie Mul: Arbeidsvitaminen”, review solo exhibition Arbeidsvitaminen at Vilma Gold, London, ArtReview, April, pp. 115. Text by Sean Ashton.
​"Marlie Mul at Vilma Gold, review solo exhibition Arbeidsvitaminen at Vilma Gold, London Dazed and Confused Online, March 2015. Text by Francesca Gavin.
​"Marlie Mul”, review solo exhibition Arbeidsvitaminen at Vilma Gold, London, Artforum, Summer
​"Marlie Mul”, review solo exhibition Arbeidsvitaminen at Vilma Gold, London, Mousse Magazine, Summer

2014
Beeson, John,  ​“Relative Distance”, Castillo/​Corrales Today #1, March 
ICA website / https://journal.ica.art/posts/alexander-scrimgeour-speaks-marlie-mul – Alexander Scrimgeour interviews Marlie Mul (for ICA project Journal, June)
Kherbeck, William,  ​“Vilma Gold: One After One”, Port Magazine Online, 24 May
​“Picture Spread: Marlie Mul, Poppin’ Pollock”, Texte Zur Kunst #95, September 

2013
Larios, Pablo,  ​“General Muck Interview with Marlie Mul”, Metropolis M, Winter 
Ferris, Laura McLean,  ​“Indifferent Objects”, Art Monthly, July/​August 
Beeson, John,  ​“Marlie Mul – Boneless Banquet for One”, review solo show Boneless Banquet for One at Croy Nielsen, Berlin, Artforum, Summer 
Archey, Karen,  ​“Post-i-Meta-Hyper-Materiality”, Kaleidoscope, March
D’Aurizo, Michele,  ​“MEET Marlie Mull”, Kaleidoscope Blog, February 15
Review show  ​“XYMEMORY” at Arcadia Missa, London, Art Review, January 

2012
D’Aurizio, Michele,  ​“Marlie Mul – So We Came Anyways, In Barrels”, Review solo show So We Came Anyways, In Barrels at Fluxia, Milano, Kaleidoscope, December 
de Ruyter, Thibaut,  ​“Frieze Focus: Marlie Mul, Smoking, Kissing and Storing Data”, Frieze d/​e, November 
Ishikawa, Carlos, review group show  ​“Net Narrative”, London, Frieze, November 
Burke, Harry,  ​“In Conversation with Marlie MulCMDPlus, June
Larios, Pablo,  ​“Warenwahn/​Pure Products Go Crazy”, Frieze d/​e, June 
​“Upcoming artist of the year The Netherlands 2012”, Grazia (The Netherlands edition), January 

2011
Gavin, Francesca,  ​“XYMEMORY”, Dazed and Confused, November 
Gavin, Francesca,  ​“Instant Object, XYMEMORY USB Sticks”, Dazed and Confused, April 
Too, Jian-Xing, Review solo exhibition  ​“Your Wet Sleeve in My Neck”, Artforum, February 

2010
​“Marlie Mul – Your Wet Sleeve in My NeckSlash/​Paris, Online, December 

2009
Schlaegel, Andreas,  ​“You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello relational Aesthetics”, Spike Art Quarterly, December 
​“Dan Solbach, Tobias Madison, Emanuel Rossetti, Daniel Baumann, New Jerseyy’s Top TenArtforum, November