About the part that art plays in a globalising society

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Özge Çelikaslan

Özge Çelikaslan is an artist, activist and researcher. She is the co-founder and member of video artist and activist collectives. Her research as a PhD scholar focuses on the political role of autonomous digital media archives in the Middle East. Since 2013, she has been working on the bak.ma open digital media archive of social movements in Turkey. Personally and with the Artikisler video collective, she has been involved in numerous solo and mixed exhibitions/ biennials worldwide. She has co-edited the books Autonomous Archiving (2016) and Surplus of Istanbul (2014) with Alper Sen and Pelin Tan.



Finissage: Collectively (Re)shaping the Archive
Finissage of exhibition House of Wisdom, in collaboration with Casco and 7 Hills Foundation.
The Archive: unveiling the present
An evening about the notion of the archive in political issues.
Symposium: Art and Political Conflict
On the relationship between art and political conflict and how it has been reshaped by digital media and the internet.