About yigitrt

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far yigitrt has created 140 blog entries.

Dispossession by numbers: 2017/10/70/100


Vladimir Jerić Vlidi (Excerpts from a visual essay for Red Thread: for the multimedia version visit Networkfailure.net/dispossession-by-numbers-2017; for the text-only version, download the attached .pdf file). (10) - THE DEPTH AND THE DEBT [...]

Dispossession by numbers: 2017/10/70/1002018-12-07T14:48:21+00:00

“Cultural Hegemony” by Means of the Police


Asena Günal This is a somewhat personal text. Osman Kavala is my employer, and also, since he personally works side by side with us in some projects, my colleague. I was not expecting what befell [...]

“Cultural Hegemony” by Means of the Police2019-01-23T12:12:08+00:00

What Freedom?


Marina Gržinić What Freedom? * When I got the invitation for this symposium with such a title sierras The illegality of Freedom [1] freedom was already echoing in my mind for quite some time. Of [...]

What Freedom?2018-12-06T14:37:18+00:00

What Does Freedom Stand for Today?


Jelena Petrović We speak today about a crisis in contemporary social movements. This crisis has been produced in part by our failure to develop a meaningful and collective historical consciousness. Such a consciousness would entail [...]

What Does Freedom Stand for Today?2019-01-23T12:13:50+00:00

Disclaiming and Reclaiming the Public


Ruben Arevshatyan Within these last 5-6 years, it has been possible to perceive an increasing wave of public activism, in the capitals of former Soviet republics, supporting the protection of urban buildings and spaces which [...]

Disclaiming and Reclaiming the Public2018-12-06T14:39:25+00:00

The Commons, Class Recomposition and Strategy


Begüm Özden Fırat and Fırat Genç The Commons, Class Recomposition and Strategy [1] On the 13th May 2014 An explosion took place in a mine operated by the Soma Coal Mining Company in the Soma [...]

The Commons, Class Recomposition and Strategy2019-01-22T15:31:35+00:00

Be Still my Beating Heart


Rasha Salti In the past few years, most of my ‘curatorial' projects have been based on research about a recent past that is yet to be written in scholarly form. I have had to rely [...]

Be Still my Beating Heart2018-12-06T14:40:09+00:00

Filming Revolution: a non-linear database project about filmmaking in Egypt since the Revolution


Alisa Lebow Filming Revolution is an interactive meta-documentary that has been produced and documented in Egypt since the Revolution, bringing together collective wisdom and creative strategies of media-makers in Egypt. [1] The visitor to the [...]

Filming Revolution: a non-linear database project about filmmaking in Egypt since the Revolution2019-01-23T12:15:21+00:00
Load More Posts