ISEA2011 ISTANBUL

ASLI AKINCI ALPERT BERNA EKAL BAŞAK ŞENOVA
BURÇAK BINGÖL CHANTAL ZAKARI GÜNELI GÜN IZ ÖZTAT
NAZENIN TOKUŞOĞLU NAZMIYE HALVASI NILBAR GÜREŞ
MELTEM IŞIK ÖVÜL DURMUŞOĞLU ÖZLEM ÖZKAL

facilitated by arzu ozkal and claudia pederson

day; sun; sunlight, sunshine; daytime; today, present; time; age, period; good times; date; at-home day

Gün draws on the Turkish tradition of women's social gatherings involve conversation, activities and festivities accompanied by the serving of Turkish food.

Download Gün Booklet
PDF (3.78 MB) Contains edits after printed version.

To request an hard copy
email: arzu.ozkal@mail.sdsu.edu

Project Description

English and Turkish

We would like to thank:

David Burnham for the beautiful limited edition Turkish Tea silkscreens.
Order one here.

Everyone who supported us on Kickstarter:

Alisa Olmsted
Anna Odlinge
Austin Kotting
Brett Kashmere
Carin Mincemoyer
Eden Unluata
Ekrem Server
Hans Gindlesberger
Hyejong Yoo
Insoon Ha
Jack Ricchiuto
Jo-Anne Green
Julie Perini
Julia Christensen
Kate Parzych
Leah Rico
Liz Knipe
Maaike Oldemans
Meena Natarajan
Michelle Murphy
Millie Chen
Nanette Yannuzzi
Nick Knouf
Orcun Akca
Orkan Telhan
Ozdemir Ozkal
Ozlem Ozkal
Paul Drucke
Patricia Zimmermann
Patrick Lichty
Pinar Bilgez
Robin Brasington
Ruth Goldman
Sarah Paul
Stefani Bardin
Swati Bandi
Tina Bastajian
Tom Leonhardt
Wafaa Bilal

And, Ali Danis
from EasyHomeIstanbul for providing us a homey environment to host our gün.

>>> Bios of Participants

First Gün took place in Istanbul during ISEA2011.