An infrastructural inaugurations is a mixture of architecture, monument, and sculpture, with a tension of performativity and fragility. An evening with fellow Salwa Aleryani and guests, moderated by Ovül Durmuşoğlu.
"Presents" is an exhibition of short video works that don’t require an abled or physically present body in order to be performative. Curated by our fellow Romily Alice Walden and Frances Breden.
“Words Don’t Come Easy” is a conversational screening with the two previous film works by Yalda Afsah (in collaboration with Ginan Seidl) and Didem Pekün, who have been deeply engaged with different interpretations of documentary filmmaking as an artistic form.
Can we gather to reckon with history? Salon # 17 „Landscape as Assembly Point“ with the fellows of the Graduate School Salwa Aleryani, Anthony R. Green, Rindon Johnson, Mariam Mekiwi and guests.
Composer/performer Anthony R. Green will discuss his recent research related to the life of Harriet Jacobs in the Salon titled "Enslavement, Isolation, Sexual Abuse, and the Brain: a discussion about Harriet Jacobs".
The salon #15 titled "Words for struggle" is concerned with the question how to unearth liberatory languages buried by history. A conversation with Övül Durmusoglu and Marwa Arsanios.