Series

Book Launch Event

Followed by a talk with Ibrahim Arslan, Jasper Kettner and Heike Kleffner

Graphic Short Stories

Followed by a talk with Ersin Karabulut and Michael Jordan

Followed by a talk with Aisha Franz

A Mobile Job Market for the Neighbourhood

Followed by a talk with Çağın Kaya and Uygar Demoğlu

Animations from the Mobile Language Lab

Followed by a talk with Julia Kapelle

A JOURNEY TO MERIÇ

Followed by a talk with Caspar Pauli, Birgit Auf der Lauer and KABA HAT

bak.ma

Followed by a talk with artıkişler

EMBODIED INTERFACE

Followed by a talk with Catriona Shaw and Malve Lippmann

Films

A JOURNEY TO MERIÇ

Followed by a talk with Caspar Pauli, Birgit Auf der Lauer and KABA HAT

A JOURNEY TO EVROS

bi'bak invites Birgit Auf der Lauer and Caspar Pauli with their current project A Journey to Evros / A Journey to Meriç. In a storytelling tour, the artists guide us through the installation and present objects from different countries along with their invisible stories. During a trip along the border river Evros (Meriç in Turkish) between Greece and Turkey in the summer of 2014 they gathered objects, plants and garbage together with the group Kaba Hat, in order to document the stories, places and fates of the European border region.

Caspar Pauli has been working together with Birgit Auf der Lauer since 2010. They are interested in aesthetic and political levels of urban and rural areas. After detailed research, they work with different forms of expression such as installation, drawing and performance. For their work they receive regular promotions and awards. Together with the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum in Berlin they run the Kanuclub for Urban Exploration.

Birgit Auf der Lauer has been working together with Caspar Pauli since 2010. They are interested in aesthetic and political levels of urban and rural areas. After detailed research, they work with different forms of expression such as installation, drawing and performance. For their work they receive regular promotions and awards. Together with the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum in Berlin they run the Kanuclub for Urban Exploration.

KABA HAT are a group of nine artists from Istanbul. They try to find ways for collaborative artistic production as well as proposing ways of exhibiting outside the gallery space. Their work deals with issues such as urban politics, travelling/tourism and economies of art industry. It can take many forms, from public video screenings, to performances or publications.