Scale Matters!

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Excursion to The Westend of Istanbul with Orhan Esen, February 11th 2017.


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This excursion explores the western fringes of the dense urban core of the Metropolitan Area between the two lakes, the “graeter” and “smaller” Çekmece’s. At the westend of the urban cluster one can observe some of the most active development: Actual frontier with the still-rural is being constantly pushed forward, simultaneously producing areas of extreme density with projects at large scales behind the demarcation line. The history of urbanisation here goes back a mere 40 years, in most corners much less.

Mekân: Stories of Syrian Refugees

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DEPO Istanbul, a space for critical debate and cultural exchange, presents until 12 March 2017 the exhibition Mekân: Stories of Syrian Refugees by NarPhotos Collective.

Twelve photographers from NarPhotos Collective, took photos in Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Greece and Germany since the beginning of the civil war in 2011, and turned them into features which trace different themes relating to Syrian refugees. The exhibition includes 54 photographs compiled from those photo stories.

Earth Pass

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From Multitude to Participation

The exhibition Earth Pass – Visions for Berlin – From Multitude to Participation is the result of a workshop realized by Betty Stürmer with kids with and without migration background at a primary school in Berlin in 2015.

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