Showing posts from December, 2018

THE STREET. WHERE THE WORLD IS MADE @ MAXXI 7 December 2018 - 28 April 2019 Rome

THE STREET. WHERE THE WORLD IS MADE More than 140 artists and over 200 works to compose the multicultural, polyglot, colorful, scary, stimulating, deafening story of the streets of the whole world, the real great laboratory for discussion, creation, comparison, where the contemporary era is invented 7 December 2018 - 28 April 2019 | #TheStreetAtMAXXI Rome. 6 December 2018. They took to the streets with invasions, surprises, disturbances, break-ins, rebellions; they have involved people, communities, have offered new points of view. Starting in the 1960s, it was the artists who believed that the road was the modern intellectual, social and political battlefield. From the 7th of December 2018 to the 28th of April 2019, MAXXI dedicates to them all, but also to architects, urban planners, and designers, The STREET. Where the world is made. The exhibit is curated by Hou Hanru together with the curatorial and research teams of the museum and transforms MAXXI into an intense a…

Şehir, Yeniden | Reclaiming the City panel, TAK, 19.10.2018

Panel Forum: Reclaiming the City moderated by:   Herkes için Mimarlık (Architecture For All) participants:      Cluster Cairo, Ha Za Vu Zu, KABA HAT, Sokak Bizim, Workshop of Culture, Yaygara Güncel Sanat İnisiyatifi. Venue: Kadıköy, TAK date and time: 19.10.2018 17:30-18:45 As daily life's flow changed our perception of the space, the human relationship with the built environment was transformed – and, at times deformed. Following fierce arguments on social space and the right to the city, it is argued that urban space hacked, opening up novel ways of producing space. Yet, in the connected world of today, with the ubiquitousness of many services and a lesser obligation for the labour to stay in the cities, a multi-dimensional conversation is needed to understand the new urban. While some cities develop more democratic platforms that allow all the different voices to be heard; for some other cities, the lack of participation causes more alternative searches. This leads to differe…

The Scar soundtrack concert @ Home - Manchester 9.02. 2018

The Scar: Preview and Opening Performance Part of: Our new Spring – Summer 2018 Season , Noor Afshan Mirza & Brad Butler: The Scar
Join us for the launch of Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler’s major new solo exhibition, The Scarin our gallery from 18.00 until 21.00 on Fri 9 Feb, with a live performance from Young Identity responding to the themes of the exhibition in the gallery. At 21.00 we will continue the celebrations in our ground floor bar, with live music and performance from Ha Za Vu Zu, direct from Istanbul, with MC Endo Bravo. We hope you can join us! Young Identity
19.00 and 20.00 in the Gallery
Young Identity (YI) is a spoken word collective formed in Manchester, 2006 by Shirley May and Ali Gadema. YI is dedicated to giving young people opportunities to perform their written work and have worked with artists such as Lemn Sissay, international spoken word icon Saul Williams, dub poetry legend Linton Kwesi Johnson, Ted Hughes Prize Winner Kate Tempest, and the late Amiri …