Chromatic Wednesdays #16

Where is my body: in the middle of destruction. I destroy. I listen to the destruction with all my senses. I listen to nature in cooperation with nature. I use nature’s reflections and I travel from birth to collapse. How does my body react to and take part in this destruction? How does the destroying body turn into the destroyed one?

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Chromatic Wednesdays #15

Seçil Yersel is hosting Yelta Köm for the 15th episode of Chromatic Wednesdays. Their conversion will cover a long span, which is from inhabiting practices to modes of living. The discussion will be around the questions: How do we witness the practices of living together? Who transforms the city? Can architects make a neighborhood? Can we reconsider the invisible power of the inhabitants together with the power of everyday life practices? What are the ownership discussions on land? The talk will evolve strolling through different neighborhoods of Istanbul and Berlin.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #14

Apartment Project’s aim to give voice to the figures who have been resisting the gentrification projects in Berlin, results in another episode where we welcome Berlin-based artist KAI at our studio to talk about a special case: Eschschloraque!

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Chromatic Wednesdays #13

For the first iteration of this month, we will host .PK. in our cellar. .PK. is going to present an exploratory aural satori whose aim is to present a story obsessed with incompatible sounds. Her fast industrial beats will be accompanied by video projections by Chromatic Wednesdays crew to form a sharp and deconstructed narrative about the livelihoods of our city and its inhabitants.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #12

On the third episode of Chromatic Wednesday’s “Sustainability” month, we will be leaving the floor to violinist/violist Penelope Gkika and double bassist Adam Goodwin who reinterpret sacred music practices from various cultures around the world.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #10

On the first episode of Chromatic Wednesday’s “Sustainability” month, we are excited to host a talk between Onur Ceritoğlu and Sezai Ozan Zeybek.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #9

For the third episode of this month’s theme Borders, we are pleased to welcome film director Eren Aksu to our live broadcast.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #8

We are pleased to welcome FILM RISS THEATER to our program for the second episode of the theme Borders.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #7

For the first episode of our Borders theme, we are thrilled to welcome the musical embodiment of the region’s intertwined and rich composition — A.G.A. Trio, namely Deniz Mahir Kartal, Mikail Yakut, Arsen Petrosyan.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #6

For the last episode of Chromatic Wednesday’s January program, we are delighted to host artist and poet Bitsy Knox at Apartment Project with Spatio-temporal reading performance.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #5

For the second episode of Chromatic Wednesdays’ “Pandemic” edition, we host Berlin-based DJ, artist, and activist İpek İpekçioğlu in our studio at Apartment Project for an artist talk and music session.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #4

Black on Plague is the special pandemic edition of the audiovisual performance series Black on Black.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #3

Before we leave the infamous year of 2020 behind and also finalize the first month of Chromatic Wednesdays, we host the musician and the artist Devrim CK in our studio in Apartment Project.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #2

The second meeting of the Chromatic Wednesdays will host Didem Pekün (filmmaker), Nil Mutluer (academician), and Erden Kosova.

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Chromatic Wednesdays #1

The conversation with Barış Seyitvan will focus on the traumatic impacts of state repression in the Kurdish region of Turkey and on the contemporary art practices from the region.

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AARC#2 — HisTV

AARC#2 — HisTV presents an engaging process-based exhibition, stimulating critical discourse on suppression, racism, and discrimination by inviting independent voices to its transmission program.
Encouraging free speech and imagination, the project highlights the importance of nonalignment and diverseness in the communications industry and its crucial role when maneuvering against racism and xenophobia.

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Crisscross

Crisscross 9 September 2020, Wednesday | 19:30-22:30 Apartment Project Hertzbergstr. 13 12055, Berlin-Neukölln Artists: Mine Sübiler, Emre Birişmen, f:rar, KOKORAMA, feyz Organisation: Selda Asal Apartment Project is pleased to present an audio-visual experience with modular synthesizers, live video projections, and performances by Mine Sübiler, KOKORAMA, Emre Birişmen, f:rar and feyz. Drafted on the occasion of…

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Leman Sevda Daricioglu | There is an ocean between us.

Apartment Project is pleased to host Leman S. Darıcıoğlu’s new performance titled There is an ocean between us on 28 July 2020, Tuesday. The 7-hour long performance is the result of a thread of self-directed questions. Darıcıoğlu’s ongoing exploration of the body’s boundaries and its role as a vessel in personal expression responding to predominant social and political paradigms continues by addressing the newly arising definitions for distance, limitation, intimacy, and borders. These notions that are recently restoring their contexts are at the center of the artists’ new work, where she* reconsiders the four windows (‘screens’) of Apartment Project as a single narrative, utilizing only the facade as the project space, keeping the doors
of the venue closed for public access.

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In Limbo

To float or be pulled through space. Looking up, back towards the floor. Bending backward yet moving forward. To pass below the bar towards the gap to disappear between the walls.

To linger in a state of being set back to oneself. Standing with one’s body in relation to the space and other states of being, thinking about fragility, fear, the emptiness of space, origins, cycles, and routines.

In turbulent times the Weber Class was meeting on the internet. Some of them met outside and later on at the apartment project. Here we show what we do in limbo. Come around, we look forward to it.

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Errant Sound & Apartment Project // : AARC#1 – TORTU

AARC is an experimental artistic solidarity project conceived by Errant Sound and Apartment Project in Berlin. After the racist murders in Hanau, the two groups met to initiate a collaboration between the two project spaces – also as a political statement – by forming the “Artists Against Racism Collaborative (AARC)”.

The short form AARC refers to the word arc — arc as a bridge between artists of different fields and cultural backgrounds. At the same time, the title phonetically evokes the “AARGGH!” interjection, conveying common feelings of despair, fear and exhaustion among communities who are affected by racist attacks and/or exposed to subtle forms of racism. The collectively formulated voice develops individual and/or joint responses to such emotions and names and unveils everyday practices of racism. Through this collaboration, the two venues aim to create a mutual artistic conversation, facilitate a process of collaboration and develop new forms of solidarity.

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Funke / 48h Neukölln Festival

The exhibition “Funke” by Selda Asal, Emre Birişmen and Melih Sarıgöl for 48h Neukölln Festival intends to reflect the timeline of transmutation – the process of pressure and explosion expansion – and the spark that provides clues to a possible path in the fog after the first explosion. The exhibition is designed in two modules…

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“fluctuate” in the frame of ctm/Transmediale Vorspiel 2020

fluctuate” is a one-day festival for improvised electronic music accompanied by video projection in Apartment Project.

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A Horn in The Neck: Verfremdungseffekte May Occur Everywhere: Performances

29.November 2019, 18h A Horn in The Neck: Verfremdungseffekte May Occur Everywhere Performances by Ece Gökalp – A Mountain As Many Kerem Ozan Bayraktar – Respiration Eren İleri – Indigenous Martian Bacteria DOES Have Precedence Over Human Exploration: An Exercise in No Man’s Sky At Apartment Project Berlin Hertzbergstr 13, Neukölln, 12055 Berlin Afterparty DJs:…

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A Horn in The Neck: Verfremdungseffekte May Occur Everywhere 08/09/2019 – 29/09/2019

A Horn in The Neck: Verfremdungseffekte May Occur Everywhere 08/09/2019 – 29/09/2019   Exhibition by İpek Burçak, Hilal Güler, Ayfer Karabıyık, Andara Shastika, and Merve Ünsal   With performances by Robogeisha w/ $.RAR, Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, Eren İleri, Andara Shastika, Ece Gökalp   At Apartment Project Berlin Hertzbergstr 13, Neukölln, 12055 Berlin   Opening 08/09/2019,…

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HisTV

*The TV channel of Condition Room brings together art works that appropriate different formats of television shows. As an addition to already existing works, using the set constructed in the exhibition space, new shows were produced before and during the exhibition, generating a flow of ‘information’. Employing an imaginative and a satirical approach, His TV…

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awhām magazine release

Join us to celebrate the release of the second print issue of awhām magazine. Friday October 25th starting at 18:30 Apartment Project Hertzbergstraße 13 12055 Neukölln Berlin beats by FemmeFitness dj Lolita With: A2 Studio | Ashraf Al-Khufash | Anisha Muller | Andrew Wilkin | Deena Abdelwahed | Farah Chamma | FemmeFitness | Gernot Bayer…

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Condition Room

Having departed from the complicated context of present-day Turkey, we observe that our conditions of living and working in Berlin constantly overlap and interact. We inspire each others’ oscillating stories; we resist forgetting while we also consciously strive to forget. We persist in our own memories; we are claiming our own words to constitute our…

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Situational Dictionary :NOW

It seems like we are supposed to be living in the here and now, but situations can suddenly change. The here becomes impossible, and the now becomes a transitory state between past and future. Often these abrupt changes are triggered by uncontrollable external events. Life plans get shaken up and social connections become scattered. There…

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Condition Room

Having departed from the complicated context of present-day Turkey, we observe that our conditions of living and working in Berlin constantly overlap and interact. We inspire each others’ oscillating stories; we resist forgetting while we also consciously strive to forget. We persist in our own memories; we are claiming our own words to constitute our…

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