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Exhibition Talk: The Unseen City

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Exhibition Talk: The Unseen City
Exhibition Talk: The Unseen City

Time & Location

Mar 09, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

sultanbeyli, Hasanpaşa, Fatih Blv. No: 33, 34920 Sultanbeyli/Istanbul, Türkiye

About The Event

The city, the representation area of civilization since ancient times, appears as a phenomenon whose borders become blurred with the constant change of the physical and social environment. Dynamics such as construction and infrastructure activities, population mobility, environmental sustainability concerns, economic developments, and technological advances make it necessary to consider the city. The complex structure of the city shaped by different dynamics brings with it the need to redefine the city. Making this definition has the potential to both understand continuity and changes and project the city's future while evaluating the city's development from past to present.


 "Where is the City?" by YUNT The talk program titled "Rethinking the Boundaries of the City", which started to be prepared within the scope of the exhibition, continues throughout the "The City Unseen" exhibition. Prof. Dr. In the sessions to be moderated by Eva Şarlak, it is aimed to popularize the practices of thinking about the city.


 Within the speech program, speakers will discuss the city's borders from different perspectives. Each session will have a separate subheading, and a reading recommendation will be shared with the participants before the session.


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 This talk will be held on the ongoing exhibition titled "Invisible City" at YUNT, with the participation of the exhibition's curator Emre Zeytinoğlu and exhibition participants Sinan Logie and Derya Ülker; It will include a wide range of approaches about the formation process of the exhibition and the artists' works in the exhibition as well as their artistic practices. The speech, which will be moderated by YUNT art consultant Sergen Şehitoğlu and is planned to last approximately 1 hour, will end with questions from the audience.

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