“Scattered Stories; Hummanitarian Corridor”
Güncelleme tarihi: 27 Kas
Humanitarian Corridors are often set up in war or conflict zones to provide relief or evacuation for civilians, but they are sometimes misused to make war more destructive.
In this work, a humanitarian corridor is constructed using shoes and shoelaces found among the ruins of Diyarbakır/Sur, a Kurdish city destroyed in a recent war, as well as among the remains of Syrian refugees washed ashore on the Aegean coast of Turkey.
The work was exhibited at the Ostrale 21 Biennale in Dresden in 2021, Budapest in 2022, Kaunas in 2022 and Berlin in 2023.