Together with a group of children we take our pencils and sketchbooks, visit the Ethnological Museum and start an artistic research on this place. We examine the African masks and cult relics and reflect on the exhibition’s concept and its staging of “the exotic other”. Back at our working space, we continue to work on the graphic images and turn them into spatial installations by using recycling materials.
A Project by bi’bak in collaboration with the Gesundbrunnen-Grundschule.
Tuna Arkun, born in Istanbul, is a visual artist. Since 2007 he works in different projects as a concept developer and instructor of creative activities for children, youth and adults.
Malve Lippmann studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart and at the Institute for Art in Context (UdK) in Berlin. As a freelance stage designer and artist, she has been internationally responsible for the design of numerous performances, opera- and theatre productions. Since 2010, Malve Lippmann has been working as a curator and cultural manager, leading artistic workshops and seminars and is active in various cultural- and community projects. She is co-founder and artistic director of bi'bak and SİNEMA TRANSTOPIA.