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Exhibition Talk | "Sun fever in one hand, a history atlas in the other": Desire and Ideology in the Poetry of Arkadaş Z. Özger

Inspired by Şafak Şule Kemancı's Arkadaş Z. Özger, Lean On Me Earth Tree the talk, which will take place in parallel with the exhibition, will take place at Ka. The conversation is free and open to everyone. No registration is required

Exhibition Talk | "Sun fever in one hand, a history atlas in the other": Desire and Ideology in the Poetry of Arkadaş Z. Özger
Exhibition Talk | "Sun fever in one hand, a history atlas in the other": Desire and Ideology in the Poetry of Arkadaş Z. Özger

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Nov 18, 2022, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+3

Ka, Çankaya, Cinnah Cd. No:1 D:B, 06690 Çankaya/Ankara, Türkiye

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Exhibition Speech | Exhibition Talk

18.11.2022, Friday/Fri 19:30

Serhat Celal Birdal

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"Sun fever in one hand, a history atlas in the other": Desire and Ideology in the Poetry of Arkadaş Z. Özger

 

Inspired by Şafak Şule Kemancı's Arkadaş Z. Özger, Lean On Me Earth Tree the talk, which will take place in parallel with the exhibition, will take place at Ka. The conversation is free and open to everyone. No registration is required.

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Arkadaş Zekai Özger adds a burgundy desire to his poem. Sometimes it registers for a "case"; calls to struggle, even without shouting slogans; to the one who is not yet here, to the lack, it calls out to the deprived, it solidifies. "The most beautiful flower to bloom" gives its own colour and becomes pale. As it gets caught in its object, it slows down, evolves into a loop around it, and repeats itself. Often he enters bodies "washed with blood", a law settles in, and he prefers to dwell in sadness. Yet it always deviates; Even though it passes through a "desert forced to be cooled", it warms up again, gains speed gains its fluidity, and transcends ideology. His voice, trembling in forlorn hope, yet knows his own temptation, invoking the joy of "mating with life"; then they will lighten up a little bit, go and put birds on their moustaches...

 

In this talk, we plan to do two things: First, we deduce desire from the inwardness of psychology. We will discuss how we can save it and include it in a political production problem and call it "outside". In this discussion, we will follow the movement of desire in Friends' poetry in general terms.

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Serhat Celal Birdal

Academician. Work in the Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University Political Science and Public Administration department. He has articles published on political philosophy, the left of Turkey, thoughts of Louis Althusser, and he published in various journals on the concept of mourning and desire book chapters. In addition, he has a book titled "Another Revolution" published by İletişim Publishing. Editor and editorial board member of ViraVerita e-journal and website.

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