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4 December 2010
Sea of Marble


Sea of Marble: A Navigational Convergence
Mermer Denizi: Yakın Seyir

Symposium

4 December 2010, 9:30 am
İstanbul, Sanat Limanı, Antrepo No:5

The project Sea of Marble: A Navigational Convergence (2009–10) is developed as an exhibition and a symposium, and aims to address the seas as defined by various manifestations of global trade, economy, and the flow of bodies. It endeavors to develop visual and narrative strategies to tackle with the particularities and potentialities that the sea presents.

Participants:
Ursula Biemann (Zurich) & Shuruq A. M. Harb (Ramallah), TJ Demos (London), John Palmesino (London), Vyjayanthi Rao (New York), Alex Villar (New York), Relli De Vries (Tel Aviv)

Organised by xurban_collective: Güven İncirlioğlu (İzmir), Hakan Topal (New York), Mahir Yavuz (Linz) and Atıf Akın (İstanbul)
with project partners: Helge Mooshammer & Peter Mortenbock (London /Vienna) 


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