Stedelijk’te Cetveller ve Ritim Çalışmaları / Rulers and Rhythm Studies on view at Stedelijk

(english added below)

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Cetveller ve Ritim Çalışmaları Amsterdam’da Stedelijk Müzesi koleksiyon bölümünde sergilenmeye başlanmış. 2011’de burada (İstanbul) sergilendiği haline çok yakın, masa az değişik, beyaz ve de 2011’de (grup sergisinin şartlarından (ya da tam ikna edemediğimden) dolayı) gösterilemeyen dairesel hafta ve ritim 1 cetvellerine ait sesler de duvarda. Arka duvarda Sol LeWitt’in bol renkli 1084 numaralı duvar çizimi var, o sanırım hep orada duruyor.

Cetvelleri görmeyen veya hatırlamak isteyenler için 2011’deki sergilemeye ait cetveller katalogu burada  pdf: cevdet erek cetveller ve ritim rulers and rhythm (o zaman belgelemede bana yardım eden özgür atlagan ve elif akçay’a tekrar teşekkür ve selam).

Bu arada, bu cetvellerin bazıları, bu katalogdaki masanın 1/2’si, ve de başka bir sürü irili ufaklı şey şu an İstanbul Modern’de açık olan Çok Sesli adlı sergide görülebilir. Bunun için ayrı bir posta, önümüzdeki günlerde. Bu postaya da zaman buldukça bir kaç ekleme yapılacak.

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english, translated by duygu

The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is now exhibiting “Rulers and Rhythm Studies” as part of their collection display. This presentation is very much similar to when the work was installed for the first time in Istanbul; the table is a little different, it is white, and in addition, sound pieces of Circular Week and Rhythm 1 are also included on the wall (which, either due to the physical conditions of a group exhibition or because I wasn’t convincing enough, were not exhibited then). On the wall in the back is Sol LeWitt’s colorful wall drawing no:1084, I believe that it is permanent.

For those who haven’t seen the rulers or want to see them again, visit the pdf link here: cevdet erek cetveller ve ritim rulers and rhythm (a nod and thank you to özgür atlagan and elif akçay who helped me with the documentation of the work).

Also, some of the rulers, half of the table shown in the pdf and a few other things are currently on view at İstanbul Modern, as part of the exhibition Plurivocality. Another post about this will follow in the next few days. Additions to this very post will be made as well.

‘Courtyard Ornamentation with Sounding Dots and a Prison’, installation, talk and performance, at 5th Merrakech Biennale, February 26th – March 31st, 2014

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Cevdet Erek, ‘Courtyard Ornamentation with Sounding Dots and a Prison (COSDP)’ (2014), installation view at Palais Badii, kid dancing and posing to family

http://www.marrakechbiennale.org/ 

http://www.marrakechbiennale.org/ticketcart/22-visual-arts-artists/39-cevdet-erek

talk/discuss/perform:

27 and 28 Feb 2014, 15:00, Palais badii at the installation site:

Variations on Courtyard Ornamentation with Sounding Dots and a Prison (2014) by Cevdet Erek at Palais Badii

more, hopefully soon

Alt Üst, a solo show, transformation, performance and related events at Spike Island, Bristol, 15 February to 13 April 2014

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Cevdet Erek ”Alt Üst” (2014) installation view. Photograph by Stuart Whipps

Cevdet Erek, “Alt Üst” (2014) installation view, Spike Island, Bristol. Gif by Stuart Whipps

http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/events/exhibitions/altust/

EVENTS:

Saturday 15 February, 2pm
Exhibition Tour
Free, no need to book
Led by Emma Lilwall, Spike Island/UWE Fine Art
Graduate Fellow 2013/2014.

Saturday 15 February, 3pm
In Conversation: Cevdet Erek and Ben Borthwick
£5/£3 concessions (free for Associates)
Cevdet Erek discusses his work with writer and
curator Ben Borthwick.
Friday 21 February, 8pm
Emptyset
£5
Emptyset play a live gig in the gallery. Their
immersive spatially informed electronic sounds
and visuals are informed by Cevdet Erek’s Alt Üst.
Part of Bristol New Music.
Tuesday 4 March, 6pm
Talk: David Toop
£5/£3 concessions (free for Associates)
David Toop presents a deep listening session
exploring the way we think about the acts of
listening to and speaking about sound.
Related events
THE ELEPHANT TRUST
Saturday 8 March, 2pm
Exhibition Tour
Free, no need to book
Led by Ben Owen, artist, musician and Spike Island
studio holder.
Tuesday 25 March, 6pm
Talk: Volume
£5/£3 concessions (free for Associates)
Acoustician Ian Knowles and architects Jason
Flanagan and Paul Bavister discuss the qualitative
and physical properties of the acoustic realm
which inform their work.
Saturday 12 April, 2pm
Exhibition Tour
Free, no need to book
Led by Sam Francis, co-director of Supernormal
Festival and Spike Island/UWE MFA Curating
Student.
The exhibition coincides with the Bristol New
Music Festival (21-23 February). A full programme
of events can be found at
http://www.bristolnewmusic.org

more, hopefully soon