Saturday, September 10, 2011

what a loop// Hamursuz Fırın / Passover Bakery / 18.09.2011- 3 pm- 4 pm


This year, NON-Stage compiles a series of side events to Untitled (12th Istanbul Biennial) with the contributions of: Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich, Annika Eriksson, Ha Za Vu Zu, La Stampa, Nova Huta, Unpublished Issue #2 (Contributors: Karen Mirza and Brad Butler (The Museum of Non Participation), Veronika Hauer, Peter Jaeger, Rudolf Steckholzer, Jan Verwoert) organized by nowiswere(edited by Veronika Hauer and Fatoş Üstek).
NON-Stage is also delighted to partner up for the exciting launch of Steam Society* on September 15 hosted by Aslı Çavuşoğlu and Defne Ayas for a thorough purification of all our guests prior to the opening of the Biennial.

VENUE: PASSOVER BAKERY
Şair Ziya Paşa Yokuşu, No: 13, Kuledibi, Galata, Beyoğlu
Bir Prova / A Rehearsal by Annika Eriksson
September 16 / 4pm–7pm
For A Rehearsal five actors will be introduced to an unfamiliar script written by the artist. From the moment of the performance’s opening on, the actors will have three hours to find a way of performing the play. No instructions will be given regarding the persona of the characters; they are sexless, ageless, blank; everything is up to the interpretation of the actors. The visitors will all along be able to see how the actors are trying to find coherence, how they are arguing, discussing and trying to attain a final product.
Photobody by Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich
September 16 / 5pm–8pm September 17 / 4pm–7pm September 18 / 4pm–7pm
“… (during the performance) something resembling a product is generated. This concept is quite rarely encountered in contemporary art. Viktor Shklovsky himself discusses this in his fundamental essay “Art as Technique”: “In art, it is our experience of the process of construction that counts, not the finished product.” -Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich
nowiswere Unpublished Issue #2
September 17 / 1pm–2.30pm
Limited capacity | RSVP required at info@galerinon.com
Nowiswere Contemporary Art Magazine (edited by Veronika Hauer and Fatoş Üstek) is a web-based publication that positions itself as an accumulation ground for socio-political, aesthetic realities of the present.  Expanding Nowiswere’s publishing practices to outside The Internet, The Unpublished Issue is an undocumented live event that enables the editors and contributors of Nowiswere to meet and engage face-to-face with each other and members of the general public.  With each issue adapting to the changing environments in which they are held, they feature material and formats of live presentation that cannot be published within the magazine or on the website itself. The Unpublished Issue is developed in conceptual proximity to Nowiswere’s editorial practice, inviting artists, writers and curators to articulate an immediate stance of their current notions of ‘the now’.
Unpublished Issue #2 features the following live contributions:
Rapid Eye Movement / The Persons by poet and writer Peter Jaeger;
Fringel / Franson, 2011 by Veronika Hauer (performance / text) and Rudolf Steckholzer (photographs);
Beyond The Secrets: Behold The Mysteries! by critic and writer Jan Verwoert;
The Museum of Non-Participation, a lecture intervention by Karen Mirza and Brad Butler that consists of narration, texts, slides and video from the museum’s collection.


What a Loop by ha za vu zu
September 18 / 3pm–4pm
What a Loop evolved from a game that ha za vu zu plays, that is filmed and fictionalized over and over again. The game begins by choosing scenes that are inspired by film clichés. Players sitting by a table re-enact these scenes by taking turns in such a way that it seems as if the scene “contaminates” each player one by one. While a player is re-enacting, the others use a 35mm handheld camera to shoot the scene. In contrast to this “insider” viewpoint, an “outsider” camera is simultaneously filming the backstage, showing the other players as a set-crew working on the props and other technicalities. Once a player’s scene is done, s/he works either as a camera operator or as a member of the stage crew for the next scene. The whole process is an interrupted loop of film clichés.

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VENUE: GHETTO
Kamer Hatun Caddesi No:10 Beyoğlu
and
Mini Müzikhol Sıraselviler Cad. Soğancı Sok. No:7 D:1 Cihangir, Beyoğlu

NON-Stage celebrates:
September 16–17 / 11pm–1am
La Stampa Concert
Band members: Jörg Heiser, Thomas Hug, Günter Reznicek, Jan Verwoert, Jons Vukorep
Art critics Jan Verwoert, Jörg Heiser, sinus-wave-guru Günter Reznicek, ex-tennis pro Thomas Hug, Balkans-film-impresario Jons Vukorep…

Nova Huta
MC and DJ
September 17 /2 am–4am (right after the La Stampa concert)

VENUE: Historical Galatasaray Hammam
Turnacıbaşı Sokak, No: 24 Galatasaray, Beyoğlu
*Steam Society
by Defne Ayas and Aslı Çavuşoğlu
September 15 / 11.11am–16.16pm

Conceived and hosted by Defne Ayas and Aslı Çavuşoğlu, Steam Society is a banquette of all sorts at the Historical Galatasaray Hammam (b.1481), offering a purification hub to all Biennial guests with the participation of Ayla Algan, Julieta Aranda, Özgür Erkök, Juan Gaitán, Adam Kleinman, Darius Mikšys, Francesco Pedraglio, Güneş Terkol, Elif Uras, Bedwyr Williams, Pınar Yolaçan and many other exceptional guests.
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Güneş Terkol takes inspiration from her immediate surroundings, collecting materials and stories, which she weaves into her sewing pieces, videos, sketches and musical compositions.She also member of HaZaVuZu artist collective and GuGuOu group keeps working. Terkol, born 1981, is a Turkish artist based in Istanbul. She graduated from Mimar Sinan University, Fine Art Faculty, Painting Department. She completed her master’s degree in Yildiz Teknik University Interdisciplinary Art Department. Selected solo exhibitions include Holographic Recording at Gallery NON in Istanbul (2014) and Dreams On The River at OrganHaus in Chongqing (2010). Selected group shows include the 2016 “ Live Uncertainty”, 53 nd Bienal de Sao Paulo, 2015 “Passion, Joy, Fury”, MAXXI,Rome 2015 Stay10th Gwangju Biennale in Korea (2014), Better Homes at the Sculpture Center in New York (2013), Signs Taken in Wonder at MAK in Vienna (2012) and Dream and Reality at Istanbul Modern (2011). Terkol has attended the residency programs at ISCP New York, 2013; OrganHaus, Chongqing, 2011 and Gasworks, London, 2010.