In Several Aspects
Halka Art Project, Istanbul, Turkey, installation, mixed media, 2012
In cooperation with Emanuel Mathias and Jana Müller
The project in several aspects deals with archiving as an artistic method. During the four weeks of our stay at halka art project we created a growing exhibition using strategies of overlapping, reorganizing and layering corresponding with the organism of the city of Istanbul. The working process was based on analyses of the social, cultural, spatial and esthetic dimensions of the city, including artist talks, screenings and field trips. The program and the growing exhibition involving local and foreign artists was open to the public and aimed to create a platform for discussion and intercultural exchange extending a transnational artist network.
Yeni Anıt (Istanbul), Nadim Assad (Berlin), Nancy Atakan (Istanbul), Franz von Bodelschwingh (Istanbul), Johanna Diehl (Berlin), Johanna Domke (Berlin), Irena Eden / Stijn Lernout (Wien), Antje Feger (Hamburg), Filomeno Fusco (Hamburg), Anna Heidenhain (Istanbul), Margret Hoppe (Leipzig), Timothée Huguet (Istanbul), Ludwig Kittinger (Wien), Gosia Machon (Hamburg), Emanuel Mathias (Leipzig), Ulrike Möschel (Düsseldorf), Ulrike Mohr (Berlin), Jana Müller (Berlin), Kevin Murphy (Berlin), Regine Müller-Waldeck (Berlin), Ellakasja Nordström (Stockholm), Lucas Norer (Linz), Suat Ögüt (Gent), Hülya Özdemir (Istanbul), Gamze Özer (Istanbul), Iz Öztat (Istanbul), Dragan Prgomelja (Hamburg), Renaud Regnery (Berlin), Maxime Rizard (Paris), Felicitas Rohden (Düsseldorf), Benjamin F. Stumpf (Hamburg), Katinka Theis (Berlin), Ylva Trapp (Stockholm), Berkay Tuncay (Istanbul), Simon Wachsmuth (Berlin), Moira Zoitl (Berlin)
The project was supported by Halka Art Project (TR), Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (DE) and Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design (DE).