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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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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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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Eröffnung SIS – In the blink of a bird @ nGbK Berlin

17:30 Performance (EN) Sis Collective »In the Blink of A Bird (second rendition)« In this performance the members and collaborators of Sis explore in the realm of bureaucracy. They claim to consult, guide and counsel the visitors through the exhibition, through the paperwork, through unvoiced complications and to a Next Stage. This performance is the…

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SIS In the blink of a bird @ nGbK Berlin

In the Blink of A Bird Exhibition: 27 April – 2 June 2019 In The Blink Of A Bird Working Group: Selda Asal, Özgür Atlagan,Fatma Belkıs, Berk Asal, ŞafakÇatalbaş, Kristina Kramer, Gümüş Özdeş and Yasemin Nur and Friends: Birgit Auf der Lauer & Caspar Pauli, Emre Birişmen, Savaş Boyraz, Onur Ceritoğlu, Ece Gökalp, Ceren Oykut,…

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Ezgi Kılınçaslan – “You would have lived”

Multimedia Installation Exhibition Opening: 02.11.2018 at 7pm Exhibition Period: 02.11. – 25.11.2018 “We were like you,” they say. “You won’t get the answer to any question. The thing that is real is the longing within you, don’t try to extinguish that.” Neither past nor future, neither death nor life… Staying on in-between every once in…

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„A Novel“ – Lets read together

August 27th, Monday 3pm – 9pm To write a novel is seen as a monumental undertaking to accomplish in one’s lifetime. None of us has written a novel before and to take on this task together, forming a temporary writing society means something new to all of us. Believing in realising a novel in a…

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Still Here – Solo Exhibition by Ceren Oykut

Exhibition Opening: Friday 18th of May at 7pm Visiting Days and Hours: Friday / Saturday 16.00-19:00 Duration: 18th of May until 14th of June 2018 Location: Apartment Project Berlin, Hertzbergstraße 13, Neukölln Solo Exhibition: Ceren Oykut’s exhibition entitled Still Here developed together with a site spesific drawing installation (wall painting) in the Apartment Project. The…

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MUTTERZUNGE

“SEEING AND HEARING” Offsite-Exhibition (part of MUTTERZUNGE) [at] Apartment Project Berlin: 30. 3. – 5. 5. 2018 Beyond the events and presentations at Babylon, Mutterzunge also presents several off-site projects. First among these collaborations is an exhibition entitled “Seeing and Hearing”, hosted by Apartment Project in Neukölln from March 30th to April 5th, 2018. This…

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T-Räume – Exhibition 2017

Exhibition Opening “T-RÄUME” Monday, 11th of December 2017, 6pm Duration: 11th – 17th of December   The exhibition “t-Räume” is showcasing the works produced in more than 10 workshops with young Neuköllners in the years 2016 and 2017. The wide spectrum of works includes Virtual Reality experiments, a poster campaign, chair and dome structures, urban…

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space, witnessing, in solidarity

25th November – 10th of December Opening Days/Hours: Thu to Sat 4pm – 7pm Participants: Merve Bedir & Alican İnal, Suat Öğüt, belit sağ The prevalent comprehension of (architectural) space tends to focus on (singular) event(s) staged in a certain space. The city, the square, the street, the house, the room of sorts are perceived…

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EXIT/ Exist

Exhibition: 1st of November to 15th of November 2017 Artists : Gözde İlkin, Çiçek Kahraman, Ceren Oykut, Özgür Erkök Moroder

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Ece Gökalp – The Words are Insufficient

This project chases a woman who had neither a very long nor a very deep life. Nazifya Akarsu, died at the age of 35, and left 8 children behind. Her still-living 5 children don’t have much memory about her, and she couldn’t leave too much behind. The only information about her is as following: She…

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SiS – HisTv [at] DisPlaced – rePlaced Festival

The television channel of ‘SiS’ is employed to bring artist works that use television programme as a form. Television programmes are produced at the set constructed within the exhibition space both before and during the exhibition, contributing to the flow of information during the course. Keeping record of contemporary memory creates a medium that can…

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No Matter

7 artists/ Ali Demirel, Ceren Oykut, Ezgi Kilincarslan, Gözde Ilkin, Mustafa Pancar, Lerna Babikyan, Özgür Erkök Moroder) from Turkey who work on different fields and with different mediums realise their own projects, they will interact at some point to intersect their issues to each other.

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SiS – In the blink of a bird

“In the blink of a bird” is the product of a collaborative work initiated by a group of individuals who pursue the possibilities of collective production, and reflect on the ways and methods of thinking, acting, departing and deciding together. It  is an exhibition expanding through invites and participations based on the conceptual and structural basis…

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Özgür Erkök Moroder – Controlled Fantasy

“A dream is “seen,” it just “happens” to us, whereas a fantasy is constructed. We are the constructers.” 

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Ali Demirel – Kuyu (The Pit)

The Pit is the second work of what Demirel calls his “post-apocalyptic utopia” series.

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Sümer Sayın and Miriam Hamann – Distance from Horizon

DISTANCE FROM HORIZON is an exhibition by Sümer Sayın and Miriam Hamann on the theme ‘migration’ and ‘forms of movement’.

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Private Nationalism – Berlin

The Private Nationalism Project is a series of international art and cultural programs. It has been realized as a collaborative effort among eight institutions from six countries, an international team of art professionals, and several artists from Central-Eastern Europe and beyond. 

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Autoscopy – Sit Behind My Eyes

Presented as a part of Transmediale Vorspiel CTM 2016, sit behind my eyes is a virtual reality environment designed to mirror the process of visual perception.

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61 metre Kahya Bey Sokağı

One of the important streets of Tarlabası, İstanbul is Omer Hayyam street, and Kahya Bey street is an long, narrow road that crosses it. The workshops that form that basis of the exhibition were done with children and the teenagers living in the first 61 meters of this street.

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UTOPMINIA Thinking models

The name of the exhibition “UTOPMINIA” originated from thinking about the initial idea and model (a miniature object – mini) as one of the ways of technical expression. The idea was to present a utopia through a model of a garden, as one of our current possibilities, so that each of as presented their own utopia through the model of a garden.

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Stay With Me

Phantoms of Gezi Before and even after, many people died, were killed. Wars still have not ended and never will. Martial law, unjustifiable executions, military governments, femicides… Really, what kept us tethered to life during those periods… How were we watching, what were we seeing? What did we see, were we able to see? Or…

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Even my Mum Can Make a Book #4

Even my mum can make a book is a travelling fanzine and artists’ book project that was initiated in 2010 in Istanbul by Timothée Huguet, Kristina Kramer and Gamze Özer. Since then the archive of emmcmakeabook has been expanding and shown in different locations. Until now more than 300 people from all over the world have contributed…

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