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Pankromatika 4.0 Art in the Process of Global Climate Change: Emergency Art

Pankromatika 4.0’s fourth session brings together Koray Doğan Urbarlı and Erkan Özgen for a conversation under the title of ‘Sustainable Development, A Livable Environment Policy’.

Pankromatika 4.0 Art in the Process of Global Climate Change: Emergency Art
Pankromatika 4.0 Art in the Process of Global Climate Change: Emergency Art

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May 28, 2022, 7:30 PM – 11:50 PM

Ka, Cinnah Cd. No:1 D:B, 06690 Cankaya/Ankara, Turkey

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Pankromatika 4.0

Sustainable Development, A Livable Environment Policy

 

Koray Doğan Urbarlı
Erkan Özgen

 

30 April 2022, Saturday, 19:30

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Based on the urgent and inevitable need for a new understanding of the earth, Pankromatika 4.0 Art in the Age of Global Warming speech series bringing together artists and scholars from different disciplines, under the mentorship of academician Aykut Celebi and artist Ece Akay, continue at Ka in order to discuss art with analysis in science in the age of global climate change.

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Pankromatika 4.0’s fourth session brings together Koray Doğan Urbarlı and Erkan Özgen for a conversation under the title of ‘Sustainable Development, A Livable Environment Policy’.

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The event is free and no registration is required.

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This event is funded by the International Relief Fund for Organizations in Culture and Education 2021 of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Goethe-Institut, and other partners. #irf2021 @gi_ankara

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Koray Dogan Urbarlı

He was born in Izmir in 1985 and he lives in Istanbul. Koray who graduated from Hacettepe University Sociology Department took charge in previous green parties, and he is writing for Gazete Yeşil and is making programs for Gazete Yesil TV. He has been co-spokesperson of Yesiller Partisi since September, 2020.

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Erkan Özgen

Born and raised in the Derik district in Mardin, Turkey, Erkan Özgen (1971) graduated from the Fine Arts Education Painting Department in Çukurova University, Adana in 2000. The artist’s video and photography-based installations examine issues concerning migration, cultural identity, language, conscience and ethics, among others. Özgen’s works explore the contemporary conjuncture where various forms of displacement are redefining our political and social ecosystem. These works amplify stories that run the risk of being forgotten amid the constant flow of information or are sometimes even intentionally overshadowed. They are fragments that awaken feelings and raise such a fundamental question as, how can art help understand the reality of war, conflict, and violence?

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