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Nowiswere Unpublished Issue #2

Expanding Nowiswere’s publishing practices to outside The Internet, The Unpublished Issue is an undocumented live event that enables the editors and contributors of Nowiswere to meet and engage face-to-face with each other and members of the general public.

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Time Capsules and Conditions of Now

Venue: David Roberts Art Foundation    / Dates: 06 – 12.01.2012

Time Capsules and Conditions of Now is an artistic research project initiated by curator and art critic Fatos Üstek and supported by Vision Forum, Linköpings Universitet, Sweden. The project investigates the notion of encounter through the introduction of a variety of conditions where the reception and recollection of the ‘present moment’ diverges.

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Art Actually

18.09 – 28.09 2005

Opening Reception: “Party Faux Real”,@ Cambaz ( Istiklal cad. Imam Adnan sok. 25 beyoglu) with djs Cenker Kökten &Cihan Sondoğaç and video screening by Neriman Polat
Participating Artists: Gülçin Aksoy, Elmas Deniz, Minna L. Henriksson, Yasemin Özcan Kaya, Dirk van Lieshout, Neriman Polat, Tom Schreiber

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Ghosts of Dreams Deferred

// Exhibition / Film Event / Reading Event / Curator & Artist Talk & Concert
Project Archive:
11.04.2010 – 01.05.2010
Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina

Artists: Anita di Bianco, Young In Hong, Laura Kuch, Hidde van Schie, Lindsay Seers

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Project Archive:
20,22,23 November.2007 ifa-gallery, Stuttgart
29November,2007 ifa gallery Berlin

Artists: 2/5BZ aka Serhat Köksal, Ali Demirel, Asli Çavusoglu, Asli Sungu, Canan Senol, Erinç Seymen, Esra Ersen, Isil Egrikavuk, Nevin Aladag, Sefer Memisoglu, Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt

Video Days

The festival Here…There…Abroad… screens a variety of artistic positions. Twelve artist videos and a performance aim to underline the need for a dialogue and for establishing a meaningful perspective on togetherness, society, realms of everyday. All the participants as well as the curator would traditionally be categorized as Turkish. However, this ascription is juxtaposed by the actual artists’ varying, sometimes hybrid biographical backgrounds.

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