Ankara Queer Art Programme

Ege Berensel

Ege Berensel


Ege Berensel (born in 1968 in Muğla) is a media artist and visual researcher based in Ankara. Lectured Aestetics and Critics in METU in 2013 with Jale Erzen.  Member of Timescapes group with Angela Melitopoulos’ and Maurizio Lazzarato; founder of the Anarhive Archive collective. Edited the series of “Cinema”, “Anarchism” and “Deleuze Lectures” series for Öteki publisher with Ulus Baker as well as his books of “Brain Screen”, “Fragments”, “Indirect Act” for Birikim Publishings and “The Act of Video: Video Activism in Turkey”. Active member of editorial board of Journal of “Teorik Bakış”. He was awarded with “Panoptikon” and “Mü/hür”  at film festivals nationally and internationally. His video installation “here (t) here” was exhibited at the "B Zone" at the KW Berlin in 2005, and then at the Fundació Antoni Tapies, in Barcelona in 2007. The “Hill Doesn’t Chant Anymore” was exhibited in the 10th International İstanbul Biennial.  In 2015 his multi screen video installation “Dinamo Mesken” was exhibited in SALT Ulus.  In 2016 his two video installation “State Lesson” and “Militant Cinema” were exhibited in the exhibition “We Won’t Leave” curated by Pelin Tan in Goethe-Institut Ankara.  His found video “1963” was exhibited at “Summer Homes: Claiming The Coast” in Salt Beyoğlu in 2014 and his visual research project “Imagery School” was exhibited at “Idealist School, Productive Studio” in Salt Galata in 2018. In 2018 he participated at the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial as a tutor at the workshop of Lab of lab’s. He is the founder of “8mm Turkish Family Film Archive”.

 

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