From Below – Video
Aylin Kuryel met Migros warehouse workers in 2021 to look at some photos of resistance. In these photos, one can also see the footsteps of the recent victories Migros workers gained.
Alper Şen reminds us of the human consciousness behind the “unmanned” war camera images with a story he wrote and narrated.
In Nothing Outside the Frame Oktay İnce delivers his notes and thoughts on the ethics of street recording.
In Deniz Buga’s video, photographs and found audio meets personal archive and politics on a coast where mucilage hasn’t taken over yet.
Using images from archival materials and fictional films Fatma Çelik tells the story of Özgür Gündem, a newspaper published by oppositional Kurds in Turkey.
In his video trilogy, Halil Yetiş focuses on the uncanny resemblance between hunting techniques and surveillance technologies.
Zeyno Pekünlü and Tatlıhan Tuncel confront the giant companies that create consumer profiles from our personal data and cover our online walls up with advertisements; an imaginary algorithm vs algorithm, follow for follow.
The subject of a photograph is considered to be passive. Aylin Kızıl’s Looking Back At Me is an intervention to this assumption. From a photographer’s perspective.
Two videos with an “inside” perspective towards the ongoing Boğaziçi Resistance, which ignited in the early days of 2021, following the various university bodies’ refusal of university rector’s undemocratic promotion.