Mieke Van de Voort (1972–2011) was based in Amsterdam. Her work uses direct social and historical engagement with performance strategies. She exhibited widely internationally, including Driving out Discord (2009) a performance project taking place in the Transvaal neighbourhood of Amsterdam, a 'Vogelaar' neighbourhood, one that is known for its social, physical and economic problems. The Revolution That Didn't Happen (2005) restaged the failed attempt of Dutch socialists and communists to start a revolution in 1918 and General States (2008) was staged at Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory, in Utrecht. She also participated in the Shanghai Biennial, 2008.