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Aylin YavuzBy Aylin Yavuz
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Aylin YavuzBy Aylin Yavuz
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About

Founded in Berlin in 2014, the virtual gallery BIQ is now opening a headquarter for contemporary art showcasing projects that move between nations. What started as a transnational artists’ platform developed into a virtual gallery with actual exhibitions which are migrating through various galleries between Berlin and Istanbul.

 

So far, we exhibited artworks from different artists, who hosted The Berlin Istanbul Quartier as collaborating guests and partners. Our aim now is to set up a physical space, a headquarter here in Istanbul.

This headquarter considers itself as a creative space with a multitude of projects including exhibitions, creative workshops, artists talks and symposia. The exhibitions will migrate between collaborating European galleries and return to the headquarter in Istanbul at the end of their journey. BIQ also offers short term artist studios and storage for rent to migrating artists on the move.

 

BIQ - Funding Analysis
BIQ - Funding Analysis

Throughout the one year duration of the BIQ project, students of Intercultural Studies and Communication from the University of Cologne will study and engage with our program in order to reflect on and find solutions for sustainability in the arts, the cultural sector and human sciences.

At the beginning of this year we had conversations with banks and foundations in Germany accompanied by business consultancy, who were highly interested in funding this special project, but unfortunately the current political situation in Turkey created big financial cuts in the cultural sector.
(http://artforum.com/news/id=63923)

BIQ - Timeline
BIQ - Timeline

Instead of burning bridges, we choose to support the transnational contemporary artscene of Istanbul and make it flourish again by keeping innovation and exchange alive. We strongly believe that being involved in culture and learning from each other is the only good fight there is.

Press: Borders and Boundaries at Mixer | The Guide Istanbul http://www.theguideistanbul.com/news/view/2043/borders-and-boundaries-at-mixer/#ixzz3kykKpd5f

 

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Risks and challenges

The biggest challenge we anticipate with this project is the durance of renovation work of the space itself.
Luckily, there is a functioning network of artists, galleries and two architects, who are with us. We are confident in our abilities to create a qualitative area for art and art lovers and look forward to a year of transnational creativity and innovation.
Since the original development of this idea, we have become deeply involved in researching the real estate market and really concentrating on appropriateness of spaces for this project, and the full scope of architectual possibilities to create a memorable and immersive experience in a space, where a multitude of projects will take place, including exhibitions, creative workshops, artists talks and symposia.
We are eager for the challenge of a large project like this and looking forward to face the unexpected.

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    Exhibition Catalogue "I'm not yours"

    A digital printed catalogue (32 pages) of the first exhibition „I'm not yours“ as part of the European Contemporary Art Migration, which took place in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul.

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    2x T-Shirts "BIQ" & "I'm not yours"

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    George Demir, Photography, "tex_1"

    "tex_1", 29,7 x 29, 7 cm (11.8 x 11.8 inch) is a print of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered by the artist at the back of the piece.
    Based on a sculpture as part of George Demir's project 'Iconoclasm', 'tex_1' is a fragment of the object's UVW-texture. It is used to wrap onto the complex surface of a 3D object in order to achieve a more realistic appearance.
    http://georgedemir.com/gallery/iconoclasms/

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    Daniela Citi, Photography, "Galata"

    "Galata", 28 x 45 cm (11 x 17.7 inch) is a print of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered by the artist at the back of the piece. On the right part of the photography a reflection of the Galata Bridge and the Golden Horn in Istanbul can be seen, while the left side of the image displays a small group of people, parts or shadows of them, which indicade movement or even communication.

    http://www.biq-nyc.com/artists/daniela-citi/

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    Tim Wolfgarten, Photography, "pattern"

    "pattern", 21 x 29,7 cm (8.2 x 11.6 inch) is a print of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered by the artist at the back of the piece. The photograph displays an abstract geometrical composition with parts of refraction and figurative elements in it. The playful process and interaction with the medium of photography focusses on the image created in the recipients mind, an adjustment of symbols or a single hint. The association of technique and subject creates a fine balance and emphasizes the processed topic in Tim Wolfgarten's post-structural work.

    www.biq-nyc.com/artists/tim-wolfgarten/
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    Karolina Spolniewski, Photography

    "Second Lightning", 60 x 84 cm (23.6 x 33 inch) is a print of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered by the artist at the back of the piece. The photography displays a lightning scene at the shore of Kabak in South Turkey. Time exposure allows us to see winds and lightning coming down to the sea almost existentially, while a classic composition of the piece leaves a calm and mediative spirit behind.

    www.biq-nyc.com/artists/karolina-spolniewski/
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    Workshop "Art HIStory“

    How art remains being male, or: The never ending story between male vs. female in visual art history. From Caravaggio to Cindy Sherman.
    One sequence of a workshop (2 hrs) by Aylin Yavuz, which is going to take place in march 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul.

    Aylin Yavuz studied art at the universities of Siegen, Dortmund and Istanbul. Since 2005 she has been making contributions to the arts with videos, graphics and paintings. Her carrer as an artist started in 2006 when she was invited to the great art show „Die Große Kunstausstellung“ at Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf. Many exhibitions followed. Since 2008 education has been a part of her life, such as working with immigrants in Germany, giving lessons in grahic and painting workshops, teaching art and German literature in schools.
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    Workshop "Basic Painting"

    One sequence of a workshop (4 hrs) by Aylin Yavuz, which is going to take place in february 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul. A short introduction of composition and theory of colours will be given. After the theoretical part basic painting skills will be taught, such as streching canvas, mixing colours, colour composition, using media on a surface, planning a picture by giving examples of art history.

    Aylin Yavuz studied art at the universities of Siegen, Dortmund and Istanbul. Since 2005 she has been making contributions to the arts with videos, graphics and paintings. Her carrer as an artist started in 2006 when she was invited to the great art show „Die Große Kunstausstellung“ at Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf. Many exhibitions followed. Since 2008 education has been a part of her life, such as working with immigrants in Germany, giving lessons in grahic and painting workshops, teaching art and German literature in schools.
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    Workshop "Sculpture after 1945"

    One sequence of a workshop (4 hrs) by Aylin Yavuz, which is going to take place in march 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul.
    After an theoretical introduction of the history of the genre, the workshop will focus on a large spectrum of objects or plastic art by various artists after Second World War (Giacometti, Arp, Brancusi e.g.), continuing with contemporary sculptors, such as Koons, Hirst, Wurm, etc., the workshop will end with a self-made abstract sculpture of plaster.

    Aylin Yavuz studied art at the universities of Siegen, Dortmund and Istanbul. Since 2005 she has been making contributions to the arts with videos, graphics and paintings. Her carrer as an artist started in 2006 when she was invited to the great art show „Die Große Kunstausstellung“ at Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf. Many exhibitions followed. Since 2008 education has been a part of her life, such as working with immigrants in Germany, giving lessons in grahic and painting workshops, teaching art and German literature in schools.
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    Workshop "Basic Drawing"

    One sequence of a workshop (4 hrs) by Aylin Yavuz, which is going to take place in february 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul. A short introduction of composition and theory of colours will be given.

    After the theoretical part basic drawing skills will be taught, such as figurative reality, light & dark composition, colour & line composition, using media on a surface, planning a picture by giving examples of art history.

    Aylin Yavuz studied art at the universities of Siegen, Dortmund and Istanbul. Since 2005 she has been making contributions to the arts with videos, graphics and paintings. Her carrer as an artist started in 2006 when she was invited to the great art show „Die Große Kunstausstellung“ at Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf. Many exhibitions followed. Since 2008 education has been a part of her life, such as working with immigrants in Germany, giving lessons in grahic and painting workshops, teaching art and German literature in schools.
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    Workshop "Cyanotopy“

    One sequence of a workshop (4 hrs) by George Demir, which is going to take place in march 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul. A short introduction of the technique and theory will be given, followed by a really fun process of photographic printing.
    Starting with the production of negatives and how to mix the emulsion right through to the printing process itself, resulting in one's very own blue print.
    George Demir, based in Cologne Germany, is a student of photography at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
    His still evolving conceptual photographic work examines essential subjective, cultural as well as historical matters and transcribes them in an experimental and explorative manner. In his work he merges a variety of modern and traditional stylistic influences creating his own photographic language.
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    http://www.biq-nyc.com/artists/george-demir/

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    Workshop, Performance, "On Boundaries I"

    One full workshop of 3 days (4 hrs/day) with Murat Adash, which is going to take place in the first week of february 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul.
    In this workshop, participants will explore performance art practices where common boundaries between the performer, the audience and their spatial surroundings are being challenged. Over the course of three days, we will explore various modes of both performance making and viewing, exploding traditional structures of how live performance is looked at. Through readings, discussions, exercises, experiments and final performances by the participants, we will utilize the audience and the space themselves as a medium in the making of a work. What are the relationships between the actors and their audience during a live event? What happens when the audience is made to perform as well? In what ways do these dynamics of reciprocity play a role in performance making? How does the space perform in which the performance takes place? Through performance practice and research, we will inquire into these questions playfully by attempting to dismantle dichotomies of the placed and the displaced, the inside and the outside, the included and the excluded.

    The self is only a threshold, a door, a becoming between two multiplicities.
    - Gilles Deleuze

    The essence of life is not a feeling of being, of existence, but a feeling of participation in a flowing onward, necessarily expressed in terms of time, and secondarily expressed in terms of space.
    - Gaston Bachelard

    The performance-based work of Istanbul-based German-Turkish artist Murat Adash investigates relations and frictions between corporeality and spatiality. By staging choreographic interventions with groups of people in a variety of spaces, his works make inquiries into social and spatial dynamics of the placed and the displaced, the inside(r) and the outside(r), the actor and the observer. Recent exhibitions and performances include: Manifesta 11, Zurich, 2016; Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago, 2015; EXPO Chicago, 2015; Grimmuseum, Berlin, 2013; Month of Performance Art in Berlin, 2013; Motorenhalle, Dresden, 2013; Kriti Gallery, Varanasi, 2013. Adash is the current recipient of the one-year Istanbul studio grant by the Hessische Kulturstiftung in Germany. Adash holds an MFA in Visual Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
    http://www.biq-nyc.com/artists/murat-adash/
    http://muratadash.com/

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    Workshop, Performance, "On Boundaries 2"

    One full workshop of 3 days (4 hrs/day) with Murat Adash, which is going to take place in the first week of february 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul.
    In this workshop, participants will explore performances in the public and social spheres. Not only can we call an empty space a stage, the city itself can be transformed into a stage by our actions and movements. Particularly in Istanbul you see movement wherever you look. How do we move in the city? How do we mediate the city through our performances? How do we perform the city? How can we reposition ourselves in a space that is constantly moving and changing? Guided by these questions, we will facilitate experimental tours around Istanbul, make performative field research in the urban space and create public performances accompanied by readings and discussions. By looking at figures of the stranger, the nomad, the pedestrian and the tourist, we will look at the organization of bodies in time and space, the dramaturgy of public gatherings and overt and covert social rituals. By staging the public through various experiments, participants will inquire into and challenge the boundaries of inside and outside, private and public, the individual and the collective.

    I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching him, and this is all that needed for an act of theatre to be engaged.
    - Peter Brook

    The performance-based work of Istanbul-based German-Turkish artist Murat Adash investigates relations and frictions between corporeality and spatiality. By staging choreographic interventions with groups of people in a variety of spaces, his works make inquiries into social and spatial dynamics of the placed and the displaced, the inside(r) and the outside(r), the actor and the observer. Recent exhibitions and performances include: Manifesta 11, Zurich, 2016; Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago, 2015; EXPO Chicago, 2015; Grimmuseum, Berlin, 2013; Month of Performance Art in Berlin, 2013; Motorenhalle, Dresden, 2013; Kriti Gallery, Varanasi, 2013. Adash is the current recipient of the one-year Istanbul studio grant by the Hessische Kulturstiftung in Germany. Adash holds an MFA in Visual Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
    http://www.biq-nyc.com/artists/murat-adash/
    http://muratadash.com/

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    Workshop "Street Photography"

    One full workshop of 5 days (3 hrs/day) with Michael Grieve, which is going to take place in february 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul of course in the beautiful streets of Istanbul. This workshop is designed for participants to fully engage in the vibrancy and flow of the street and formulate meaning from visual chaos in the public place. Particular emphasis will be placed on heightened observational skills and the ability to capture decisive moments with atmospheric expression and/or conceptual strategies. Technique, editing and sequencing are the key disciplines to ensure a cohesive body of work. A combination of lectures in the history and of contemporary street photography, and intensive daily critiques will form the basic structure of this workshop.

    Michael Grieve is a British photographer, writer, and educator currently based in Berlin. After completing a BA and MA at University of Westminster he became a reportage and portrait photographer for publications worldwide and represented by Agence VU. For five years he was the deputy editor of 1000 Words contemporary photography magazine and is a regular writer for the British Journal of Photography. He was a senior lecturer of photography at Nottingham Trent University, a lecturer at Akademia Fotografii in Warsaw and a lectuer at Berliner Technische Kunstschule. teaching documentary, portrait and the history of photography. He is the founder and director of Berlin Foto Kiez. In 2017 The Foriegner (sic), the first photobook of a trilogy, will be published.
    www.michaelgrieve.co.uk // www.berlinfotokiez.com

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    Workshop "Portrait Photography"

    One full workshop of 5 days (3 hrs/day) with Michael Grieve, which is going to take place in february 2017 in the headquarter of the Berlin Istanbul Quartier in Istanbul. The art of portrait photography is comprehend the value of human connection. A portrait marks your distance to the sitter and therefore can be considered a reflection of the photographer. Lighting, location and the questioning of formal elements of composition will define the effect and affect of the environmental and/or psychological portrait. Participants will be encouraged to distinguish between a subjective and objective portrait and develop the necessary techniques to achieve a cohesive body of work.

    Michael Grieve is a British photographer, writer, and educator currently based in Berlin. After completing a BA and MA at University of Westminster he became a reportage and portrait photographer for publications worldwide and represented by Agence VU. For five years he was the deputy editor of 1000 Words contemporary photography magazine and is a regular writer for the British Journal of Photography. He was a senior lecturer of photography at Nottingham Trent University, a lecturer at Akademia Fotografii in Warsaw and a lectuer at Berliner Technische Kunstschule. teaching documentary, portrait and the history of photography. He is the founder and director of Berlin Foto Kiez. In 2017 The Foriegner (sic), the first photobook of a trilogy, will be published.
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    Aylin Yavuz, Graphic, Tischgesellschaft

    The big scaled graphic, 130 x 150 cm (51.2 x 59 inch), is made by Aylin Yavuz with high pigmented Faber-Castell, Albrecht Dürer aquarell colours pens on Canson Paper (220gr). The Graphic shows a group of people, bottles, wine glasses, which is having fun and enjoying company. Multiple lines are drawn free hand and give the piece a specific composition of light hearted and positive colours. The main topic though refers to mortality and evanescence in the Baroque era, such as vanitas symbols like skulls, empty bottles and glasses, naked bodies, candles can be seen.
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    Aylin Yavuz, Graphic, Nevsky 62

    The big scaled graphic, 130 x 150 cm (51.2 x 59 inch), is made by Aylin Yavuz with high pigmented Faber-Castell, Albrecht Dürer aquarell colours pens on Canson Paper (220gr). The Graphic shows a building, a historical Palazzo of the 19th century from the inside, captured from various perspectives. Multiple lines are drawn free hand and give the piece a specific composition of light hearted and positive colours. The main topic though refers to the capitalist world in Russia, such as the building is a shopping mall in St.Petersburg.
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    Aylin Yavuz, Graphic, She comes in black

    The big scaled graphic, 67 x 113 cm (26.4 x 44.5 inch), is made by Aylin Yavuz with thin Copic Pen Markers (black) on Canson Paper (220gr). The drawing from the series "She comes in colors" display a meshwork of countless male and female bodies functioning in their mass as an abstract network to the viewer. Only nodal points assist, such as a travel guide through the image. The body boundary is used for connecting, for linking and for taking a further step toward an abstracted composition.
    Employing exaggeration and layering of the illustrated bodies, which in their detail evoke Western European models such as Klimt and Schiele, the abstraction in itself solely emerges. This method distorts the bodies by continuous lines with no visible end.
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    Aylin Yavuz, Graphic, Klimt for Girls

    The big scaled graphic, 87,5 x 116,5 cm (34.4 x 45.8 inch), is made by Aylin Yavuz with high pigmented Faber-Castell, Albrecht Dürer aquarell colours pens on Canson Paper (220gr).
    The drawing from the series "She comes in colors" display a meshwork of many male and female bodies functioning as an abstract network to the viewer. The body boundary is used for connecting, for linking and for taking a further step toward an abstracted composition. The movement of the line and its colorful composition leaves a light-hearted spirit behind.
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    Aylin Yavuz, She comes in colours

    The big scaled graphic, 150 x 190 cm (59.1 x 74.8 inch), is made by Aylin Yavuz with thin Copic Colour Pen Markers on Canson Paper (220gr). The drawing from the series "She comes in colors" display a meshwork of countless male and female bodies functioning in their mass as an abstract network to the viewer. Only nodal points assist, such as a travel guide through the image. The body boundary is used for connecting, for linking and for taking a further step toward an abstracted composition.
    Employing exaggeration and layering of the illustrated bodies, which in their detail evoke Western European models such as Klimt and Schiele, the abstraction in itself solely emerges. This method distorts the bodies by continuous lines with no visible end.
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