A Crack In the Wall

SALT BEYOĞLU, ONLINE

JULY 28 – AUGUST 11, 2022

Duvarlda Bir Catlar 2 Oleksiy Radinsky, <i>The Film of Kyiv. Episode One</i> [Kiev Filmi, I. Bölüm] (2017)
Oleksiy Radinsky, The Film of Kyiv. Episode One (2017)
The public program A Crack in the Wall, accompanying Salt’s Into the Unknown exhibition organized in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, begins on Thursday, July 28. Comprising screenings, talks, and a workshop, the program explores the relationship between art, the documentary form, and the use of archival material in a post-1989 world.

The program will include artist-writer Oleksiy Radinsky, researcher-art critic Nesli Gül Durukan, visual researcher-media artist Ege Berensel, filmmaker-writer Fırat Yücel, and a collaborative workshop with Istanbul Experimental and Andreas Treske. This series of events aims to explore the transformative potential of art through documentary and archival material and how such practices can trace certain gaps within collective memory, creating a ground for other, lesser-known subjectivities, representations, and historiographies.

A Crack in the Wall runs until August 11 and is programmed by Salt’s Research and Programs Director Fatma Çolakoğlu in collaboration with writer-editor Eda Sezgin. Further information can be accessed through saltonline.org and Salt’s social media accounts.

Program:

Screening
Our City Kyiv: Oleksiy Radinsky Films
Circulation (2020)
The Film of Kyiv. Episode One (2017)
Landslide (2016)
Thursday, July 28, 19.00, Salt Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema
July 29 - August 7, saltonline.org


Talk
Archive of the Ordinary: On Non-Fictional, Amateur and Home Movie Archiving
Ege Berensel
Tuesday, August 2, 19.00, Online
The talk will be held in Turkish. Participants are welcome to register online.

Talk
Collective Memory and the Object of Art
Nesli Gül Durukan
Thursday, August 4, 19.00, Online
The talk will be held in Turkish. Participants are welcome to register online.

Workshop
Dust Poetics: Experimental Film Practices and Archive
Andreas Treske, in collaboration with İstanbul Experimental
Saturday, August 6, 15.00
The workshop will be held in Turkish. For registration, please send an e-mail to public.programs@saltonline.org.

Conversation
Kyiv Films: Oleksiy Radinsky and Fırat Yücel
Tuesday, August 9, Salt Online YouTube Channel

Screening
Hurrah, We Are Still Alive! (2020)
Director: Agnieszka Polska
Thursday, August 11, 19.00, Salt Beyoğlu, Walk-in Cinema
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