With artistic interventions by guest artist Goezde Ilkin
Fri, 11 October, 15.30-19h
Gözde Ilkin (Istanbul) was a guest in the moving room in October 2019. Based on her artistic practice, she organized a workshop for children and young people during her stay as part of the “Aktionsraum Café Größenwahn”.
On the occasion of the closing event of the “Aktionsraum Café Größenwahn” she will show her own artistic interventions as well as collaborations with participating children and young people.
From the workshop description:
“I work with plants and collect second-hand fabrics from each visited country. The plants as a gardener and fabrics as a memory object help me to discover the geography and culture or a landscape.
During the workshop trees are main characters that we can inspire by their communication patterns and behaviour. We ask some question about co-existence, collective living and working practices, inspired by characters and strategies of trees. We will try to create an experimental landscape by watching the trees as a home or a geography. In three days, we can take some notes and sketches together about their form, colour, depict the characters of the trees” (Goezde Ilkin)
Über Goezde Ilkin:
Gözde İlkin lives and works in Istanbul, Turkey. She studied painting at the Fine Arts Faculty of Mimar Sinan University and is studying towards a master’s degree at Marmara University in Istanbul. Using mainly stitching, drawing, painting as well as video and sound installations, she constructs forms of confrontational interactions within the motifs of found domestic fabrics especially referring to social and political relationships/manipulation, borders, power issues, gender attitudes and urban transformation.