After years of work and experience, this exhibition can be considered as a resume of Gülan’s presence in contemporary art.
With An Ecosystem of Excess, the Turkish artist Pinar Yoldas creates a post-human ecosystem of speculative organisms and their imagined environment.
The exhibition shows global activism or artivism as the first new art form of the twenty first century by means of photographs, films, video, blogs, social media and other mass media documents.
With the exhibition ‘Giving Form to the Impatience of Liberty’, the Württembergischer Kunstverein in Stuttgart circles around the complex relations and conflictual situations between art and politics, art and life, art and society.
The exhibition “Helge macht Feuer” (Helge Lights Fire) will be open for visitors between 21st September – 2nd November, 2013
The most important events of 2013 were the Gezi Park Protests. Gezi Park Resistance, was the most aggregate and democratic event which did not have the intention to destruct, but to claim rights. From gallery owners to artists, actors, businessmen etc… all kinds of people from all environments have supported this resistance.
As is usual with TakaHashi’s work, the project explores the interplay of communication, aesthetics and with issues of representation, sociocultural identity and documentation played out through games with meaning and truth.
How is value created? What are the symbols of value? How can it be manipulated? In what way is it an artificial or contractual concept?
Photography is the second nature of our lives, offering us infinite viewpoints and promises for pleasure, whose fulfillment gets pushed farther and farther away into the future, thus replacing reality with illusion.
In their third collaborative film Zanny Begg (Sydney) and Oliver Ressler (Vienna) focus on struggles to obtain citizenship, while at the same time questioning the implicitly exclusionary nature of the concept.