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Exhibition of Performance Artist Ulay

  A selection of the iconic performance artist Ulay’s early works, will be hosted by Şekerbank Açıkekran New Media Arts gallery from 3rd of September till 10th of October 2015. Curated by Ali Akay, the works dating back to ’70s are entitled as “Disidentification and Metamorphosis”. Born in Germany, Frank Uwe[…]

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Vintage version of remote shopping

The Basket

I love recalling memories. I believe they are what makes us and keeps us intact. You never know from where a memory will pop up. Today while walking to work I had a lovely flash back. I saw the basket in the photograph. I would like to call this vintage[…]

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Vallens Aqueduct

Vallens Aqueduct

İstanbul is multi layered with culture and history. This is something we love to boast about all the time. And when facts are facts we have every right as being a fan of İstanbul we are authorised to do so. But every beauty has its flaws. The biggest problem of[…]

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Orada kimse var mı? *

* Is there anybody in there? It was dark. It was loud and bright at the beginning and replaced by absolute silence and darkness when it ended. Literally in the middle of the night. It took too long. As long as the life of an ancient tree. The longest forty-five[…]

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I miss those times

Before moving to foreign lands I recall living in Kadıköy, known in the ancient times as Chalkedon, a small cosmopolit maritime town. I lived in a four storey wooden building where when you moved the wood creaked behind you. I had certain spots where I loved the sound that specific[…]

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