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Posts Tagged ‘Occupy movement’

Transformation Story: Kartal

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  • 1984 / 2013 me and my father / our apartment
  • 1986 / 2013 my second age birthday at our garden / our apartment
  • 1986 / 2013 my second age birthday at our garden / our apartment
  • 1990 / 2013 me at one of 23 April celebratings / our apartment
  • 1990 / 2013 me and my friends in our school garden at one of 23 April celebratings / wall of my old school and the street
  • 1991 / 2013 me, my mother and our neighbours at the school garden / wall of my old school garden and the street

Kartal/Soğanlık – Eda Gecikmez

Roaming the streets starting out memories.

Periferi: The Terror of Reality

The Terror of Reality is a term, that was developed by a group of artists in Turkey calling

thenselves “Periferi”. Periferi feels a closeness to the Situationists International, a

leftist avantgard art movement of the 1960th. Environment, urbanism, social rsistance

and the active fight against a capitalist “psychogram” of society were some of their main


Scandal in Paradise part 2 Turkish Delight



The Austrian artist shows Transformed posters of Turkish Sex movies from the 1970th. She covered most of the original poster surface with red colour and added slogans of the international Occupy movement.

The actresses are suddenly transformed from their role as sexual ojects. They get real actors as new heroes of a political movement claiming equality and freedom. Occupy!

Ona B. (1957, Vienna) is living and working in Vienna. “Ona” is an artist pseudonym. Ona is the name for “she” in lots of languages. The artist is working interdisciplinary with different media forms. Paintings, installations, Photos, Video, Conceptual art…… Since 1987 she is working partly with other artists as the artist community “Die Damen”

Sense of Time

Sense of Time is the first interactive module of the Cultural Internet Platform InEnArt.

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