Group Exhibition – Everything is gonna be alright
This misrepresentation continued in the 2007 New Year exhibition, ‘Everything’s gonna be Alright’. For this show, the forty-two participants used Post-its to cover the texts and images already adhered to the walls, ceiling, and floor for the ‘All About Lies’ exhibition. Even though the Post-its conceal the lies, they can be easily removed to again bring the spectator face to face with lies. Composed of opposites such as good/bad, belief/disbelief, the exhibition brings into juxtaposition the hope that everything will be okay against a suspicion that it will not. The exhibition’s name came from a phrase, ‘Everything’s gonna be alright’, in Bob Marley’s song ‘No woman, no cry’. Written in 1975, this song represents the darkness against which both Turkey and Jamaica struggled during that problematic period characterized by torture and disappearances of suspects after their arrests.
Aikaterini Gegisian, Ali Cindoruk, Ali Met, Andreas Endermann, Antonio Casentino, Aslı Kuriş, Banu Birecikligil, Behrang Samadzadegan, Ceren Oykut, Dağhan Celayir, Danielle de Picciotto, Eda Nazlı Noyan, Elif Çelebi, Ellen Rein, Elmas Deniz, Emily Hermant, Erik Göngrich, Esra Okyay, Florian Wüst, Gözde İlkin, Gülçin Aksoy, Henryk Weiffenbach, İnci Eviner, Inci Furni, İpek Duben, Irem Tok, Isidora Ficovic, Jennifer L. Porter, Jörg Steinmann, Judith Nothnagel, Julien Collieux, Kevin Murphy, Komet, Leyla Sakpınar, Mehmet Kösemen, Melis Ağazat, Merve Şendil, Mine Ertan, Müge Özbay, Nancy Atakan, Nazif Topcuoğlu, Neriman Polat, Neslinur Akgün, Nevena Popolic, Nikusha Ckkhaidze, Nilüfer Ormanlı, Özge Baykan, Pippa Martint, Seçkin Uysal, Serdar Akinan, Seza Parker, Sülemaan Adela, Sümer Sayın, Tugçe Dilala Kurtoğlu, Vahit Tuna
Art In Political Context