In ‘True Love Soul Mate,’ the artist combines her experience in architecture, design and contemporary art to explore different aspects of the psychological and sociological relationship between space and body. As an artist, Ebru Özseçen presents great diversity; ranging from urban intervention to sculpture and objects, from photography to video, from film installations to drawings. Exhibition at Rampa, Istanbul, until the 7th of April.
The exhibition YOU KILLED ME FIRST is on view at KW Institute for Contemporary Art until Monday, April 9, 2012.
The exhibition will be open during the Easter Holidays including Good Friday and Easter Monday from 12 to 7 pm.
We are glad to highlight the event CAMP/ANTI-CAMP – A QUEER GUIDE TO EVERYDAY LIFE taking place at HAU 2 from April 19 to 21, 2012. Further information can be found here.
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
“You killed me first”, Video by Richard Kern.
The cinema of trangression was a NYC-filmmaker-artist movement. In the time of the Reagan-area it was a dirty, pornographic and aggressive answer to konservative politics and the double moral of socity.