The Architecture of Violence

The Architecture of Violence

July 30th, 2014

The Israelian intellectual and architect Eyal Weizman follows the architecture across the West Bank as he analyses it´s central role in the Israeli occupation policy and the d[...]

47SOUL in London

47SOUL in London

July 30th, 2014

47SOUL and OneTaste are hosting an event to raise funds for the children of Gaza. This event was born out of a necessity to act and gather people together to unite around [...]

Residenzpflicht

Residenzpflicht

July 30th, 2014

The film chronicles the struggles of asylum seekers, in the state of Brandenburg, whose applications are still being processed in accordance with the Asylverfahrensgesetz §56 [...]

How Do You Know Tarlabasi?

How Do You Know Tarlabasi?

July 29th, 2014

278 historical buildings in the 30,000 meter square area are being reconstructed! How Do You Know Tarlabasi?’ by Melis Göker (1983), Turkey, is a remix work that points t[...]

Projects

  • Featuring Kabul

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    On the invitation of the Goethe Institut Kabul in cooperation with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation Sabine Küper-Büsch, chief editor inenart, and Thomas Büsch, project manager inenart, are instructing a 5-day workshop on the subject of culture journalism in Kabul, Afghanistan, from the 9th to the 13th of November 2013.

    Cultural journalism offers the chance to work in a more individual and creative way than in the field of news journalism.

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  • Sense of Time

    01_senseSense of Time is the first interactive module of the Cultural Internet Platform InEnArt. Sense of Time is a text and image driven, non-linear narrative based on wiki and blog technologies.

    Sense of Time encourages artistic communication forms that reflect the associative thinking of a collective.

    Different actors make requests, which are linked together by subjects and topics.

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  • Sea Elephant Travel Agency

    01_travelThe online version of Sea Elephant Travel Agency launched May 2013 by InEnArt in memory of Hüseyin B. Alptekin offers an open forum focussing on inter-actions of variety of populations and cultures in the Black Sea Region.

    It displays manifestations, performances and exhibitions that took place in the past mostly in the name of the Black Sea Project and invites artists and art professionals to participat in an ongoing visual and performing arts laboratorium beyond any borders.

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  • Three Sided Football

    refreeFirst Ever Three Sided Football Match in Turkey

    InEnArt was organizing the three sided football match in Turkey in the frame of parallel events of the 13th International Istanbul Biennial on September 14th.

    For the match in Istanbul InEnArt has invited the Philosophy Football FC from UK, Dynamo Windrad from Germany and AYAZMA FUTBOL KULÜBÜ from Turkey to participate into the match.

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  • Urban Voices

    rainbowPublic Space as a Political Forum

    Urban Voices opens a critical view on cultural practices and phenomena that expresses the ethos, aspirations, and dreams of a specific population during a well-defined era and that triggered dramatic cultural changes. 

    The InEnArt team and its authors will regularly ad new posts, articels and comments to Urban Voices and will start with a critical debate about it.

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  • entropyTV

    trabzon_img2_f_improf_230x172Social video archive of short movies on current cultural policy issues produced and collected by members and workshop participants of entropyTV under supervision. The videos will be linked to popular online video archives (Youtube, Vimeo) and are available virtually and thematically organized.

    It was produced since 2007 in cooperation with different partners; around fifty innovative short movies were succesfully published on various topics. It has been realized for example in cooperation with the Goethe Institute Istanbul at various universities in Turkey.

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