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Tarlabasi narratives

mapping

knowledge shopping

open coffee [VS] artistic research workshop

ONORTHODOX bottom-up representing your field

interdisciplinarity photo interviews

present history

urban memory

face your surrounding scratch interviews

awareness

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* Teilnehmende Dox beim Festival sind: Margot Deerenberg, Mia Mechler, Ortwin Neumayer, Niemand Anders, Thomas Stini

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Projektbeschreibung:

“das sensitive Auge”

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SOHO in Ottakring 2010

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Das die Wahrnehmung von Person zu Person verschieden ist bedarf keiner neuen Erklärung, das diese aber in der Auffassung und Vermittlung sehr schwer wieder zu geben ist erfordert Tools um diese zu Unterstützung. Unser Projekt ‚Das Sensitive Auge’ gibt der Öffentlichkeit und uns die Chance subjektive Eindrücke festzuhalten und diese zu teilen und zu argumentieren. Während dem Projekt bekommen Kinder und Jugendliche eine Kamera und mittels verschiedener Aufträge sollen sie ihre Umgebung festhalten. Beim einprägen bleibt es aber nicht. Wichtig ist das argumentieren der gemachten Bilder, der Austausch zwischen den unterschiedlichen Sichtsweisen und das Bewusst werden der eigenen, sehr persönliche Wahrnehmung. Die verschiedenen Themen die wir während des Festival bearbeiten werden sind: ich& der Yppenplatz >< ich& der öffentliche Räume >< wir& wir Aufgrund der Subjektivität unserer Wahrnehmung kann im Hinblick auf die persönliche Betrachtungsweise kein gut oder schlecht existieren. Doch wollen wir 3 Kinder die Möglichkeit geben bei einer Ausstellung in Wien und Istanbul ihre Bilder zu zeigen.


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usstellung >> “Eyes on|of Tarlabaşı” -->> SOHO in Ottakring 2010 ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Eyes on|of Tarlabaşı ist eine artistic research die das europäische Netzwerk, ONORTHODOX, in den letzten Monaten in Istanbul durchführte. Mit entliehenen Strategien, mit unter der visuellen Anthropologie, untersucht Eyes on|of Tarlabaşı den Fokus der Bewohner auf ihre Umgebung. Essentiell ist die bottom up Betrachtungsweise, bei der die Bewohner, die ‚Eyes OF Tarlabaşı‘, zu Fotographen werden und ihre alltägliche Umwelt erfassen. Die Fotointerviews, Freestyle Interviews und Observationen sind per Kamera und Fieldrecorder Dokumentiert und akribisch analysiert. Speziell ist das der ganze Arbeitsprozess auch dokumentiert ist. Der andere Teil ist ‚Eyes ON Tarlabaşı‘. Wie sehen Menschen aus der Umgebung das Viertel und warum? Die ‚Eyes on‘ können Passanten in tangierenden Viertel sein wie auch Akademiker und Aktivisten aus Istanbul oder aus dem Ausland. Verschiedene Methoden sind verwendet worden um das Wissen am besten aufzubereiten. Die komplette Recherche kann als eine Suche nach ‚Wahrnehmung‘ über den extrem stigmatisierten und komplexen Bezirk ‚ Tarlabaşı ‘ gesehen werden.

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Der Zusammenhang zwischen einem Bezirk in Istanbul und Wien bildet sich durch den hohen Anteil an sozialer Durchmischung. Ottakring wie Tarlabaşı liegen sehr zentral und sind extrem belebt. Kinder sind die Experten. Diese nutzen Straßen wie Plätze, den öffentlichen Raum eben, bis zu 18 Studen am Tagdeswegen können sie, in unserem Projekt, als “street experts” gesehen werden. Die Nutzung des “public spaces” im Vergleich zu anderen Wiener Bezirken ist Beispielhaft. Ähnliches gilt es für Tarlabaşı. The European Network ters Istanbul.

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yes on|of Tarlabaşı is the artistic research that the European network ONORTHODOX conducted the last few months in Istanbul. Borrowing strategies from among others visual anthropology Eyes of Tarlabaşı tries to capture the focus from the inhabitants on its surrounding. Essential is the bottom up approach in which the inhabitants, or ‘Eyes OF’, become photographers of their own daily environment. The photo-interviews, freestyle interviews and observations are documented by video and film cameras, and by written analyses. Special is that the entire process is documented too. The other part is Eyes on Tarlabaşı. How do ‘surrounders’ see the area and why? These ‘Eyes ON’ can be passengers by in nearby streets but also academic researchers from Istanbul or abroad. Various methods have been applied to make best use of the knowledge.

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The entire research can be seen as a search for perceptions on and of Tarlabaşı.


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cquisition of urban space by children and youth. It seeks notion of their city and their lifes within. What are you some questions tangled during this project.”

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Can we take this serious­

Who are we to capture their environment? What the f** do we know about them?

It would be our perception to shoot, tape and record....

But what do they see?

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onIof Tarlabaşı a broad variety of people photograph, film and tell about

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It would be naïve to think or even try to capture the many characteristics of Tarlabaşı by yourself. To open 2010, ONORTHODOX therefore organised an interdisciplinary workshop to get some input. This project will be divided under eyes ON Tarlabaşı. In the workshop, which was partly hold in the Kadirga Art Production Centre 2010, about 10 people from various countries have attended; shared and produced for a week. Important was the two-folded approach. What is and can interdisciplinarity reach falls under the didactic approach. The content was about Tarlabaşı, which formed the common basis they worked on. Apart from being an interesting set up it felt as a necessity too to develop such a workshop to add to the vario perceptions and approaches that exist within the different fields.

What can young experts such as an architect, a human-geographer and anim cialist, an economist, an artist, a sociologist and a social anthropologist an together? The week that started with a tour through Istanbul and various ke

tablished many new thoughts and scratch researches that will be publish this year.

ONORTHODOX will end its interesting stay in Istanbu an interactive Website that aims to give a very Beside different facts, researches, p mations this site presents the i views. Information about Until than the Webs cities and pro

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