Soundscapes of Intersectional Encounters
Exploring Identity Through Sound
Media art and sounds often represent a particular imagined sense of belonging. This encompasses far more than regional and mostly fictionalised particularities and contexts, but rather stands as a binding and creating understanding for a larger group. A group that defines itself purely through media experiences and then through real, verifiable biographical dependencies. In this way, sound moments and soundscapes can be perceived as an image of diasporic belonging and emancipation. This collaborative and autoethnographic form of fabricating a common ground through media, the possibility to shape an independent classification and description of group history, differs greatly from the expected and majority social image of diaspora as a closed group of experiences, regionally bound. In the exhibition, therefore, narratives will emerge through the contributions, reflecting the language and emotions of autoethnography and ultimately making it usable and understandable for the public. A pidginised exhibition space will be created. A space that will constantly change and expand during the exhibition through the program and educational events.
with contributions by: Brishty Alam, Salah Ammo, Zehra Baraçkılıç, Luiza Furtado, Studio Hassan, Ursula Hemetek, Hopscotch Reading Room, Simon Inou, Janine Jembere, Stephanie Misa, Hosam Omran, Ruby Sircar, Deniz Sözen, Sakina Teyna, Sinthujan Varatharajah
Curators: Ruby Sircar and Zehra Baraçkılıç
Opening on March 14, 2024 from 18 - 22h
Opening Performance by Luiza Furtado and Seba Kayan