‘Unrecorded’ exhibition questions space
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
ISTANBUL – Turkish Daily News
An exhibition titled Kayıtsız / Unrecorded kicks off today in Akbank Sanat to portray the notion of space as a instrumental factor in the perception reality.
The exhibition, that will continue until April 16, hosts many artists from around the world among them Kate Armstrong, Banu Cennetoğlu, Thomas Duc, Laila El-Haddad, Zhou Hongxiang, Kati London, Dan Phiffer, Negar Tahsili, Ali Taptık, Technologies To The People (Daniel G. Andujar), Mushon Zer-Aviv. The curator of Unrecorded is Başak Şenova.
“Unrecorded” calls on the public to consider sociopolitical, cultural and economic gaps formed by globalization and capitalism.
In the exhibition space is temporary, augmented, designed and loaded. The artworks on display unfold and restructure all possible perceptual codes through their own inspections, observations and approaches. Each of the artists’ work asks questions about the physicality of the space, the content of mediated spaces, clashes between realities and perception, disseminating information and and narrative.
As part of the exhibition conferences and workshops will be held at the Akbank Sanat center in Beyoğlu. The series of conferences offer a different perspective by bringing together international artists. The first conference will be held March 6, titled You Are Not Here. There will be three more conferences, the last two with a film screening on March 8, 31 and April 1.
The workshop, which is scheduled to be held on March 13-15 is titled Perception of reality over the post-capital archive. [Workshop/ Meeting by Daniel G. Andújar on Technologies to the people]
This multidisciplinary workshop, that will host media artist Daniel G. Andújar, offers the following subjects: Designing, visual communications, art, media and culture for cultural managers, media employees, scientist, academics and activists. The three-day long, free of charge workshop will focus on destructive and participatory networks in the virtual public sphere. In this context the concepts open source, free software and hactivism will be discussed.