Subject that don't count. Places that don't matter (3)

Susanne Bosch

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

    Abstract

    Exhibition of Berlin Senate Istanbul Scholarship ArtistsCurated by Beral Madra24 March-14 April 2009Gabriele Basch, Susanne Bosch, Thomas Buesch, Erik Goengrich, Natasha Sadr Hadgighian, Isa Melsheimar, Catrin Otto, Nada Sebestyen, Yuan Shun, Roland StratmannSubject that don't count, places that don't matterExcerpts of my archive of ordinary life and by-the-way observations and a number of transcribed excerpts of migration biographieMulti-media installation with 3 sound tracks, 96 films and 400 imagesfrom the Balkans, Germany, Turkey, Thailand, Burma and IrelandThe audio-visual installation presents the transformation of a number of transcribed excerpts of migration biographies and soundscapes from the archive of ordinary life and by-the-way observations by Susanne Bosch.The selected migration biographies reflect the problematic and failed sides of a migratory movement. It also reveals its consequences on a life - like refused asylum statuses, deportation, torture and detainment, broken families, generational and gender conflicts.Every migratory movements stats with the aspiration and expectation of a positive chance of the current situation- and non of these movements is 100%, predictable or controllable.

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    Germany
    Torture
    Thailand
    Istanbul
    Sound
    Balkans
    Burma
    Deportation
    Soundscape
    Aspiration
    Turkey

    Keywords

    • Istanbul
    • Berlin
    • Migration
    • Otherness
    • Multi-media installation
    • sound tracks
    • films
    • images

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    Bosch, Susanne (Author). / Subject that don't count. Places that don't matter (3). [Exhibition].
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    Subject that don't count. Places that don't matter (3). Bosch, Susanne (Author). 2009. Event: In Istanbul between Arrival and Departure, BM Contemporary Art Center Istanbul.

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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