- Sheila Pepe (USA) - www.sheilpepe.com
Sheila Pepe is best known for her large-scale, ephemeral installations and sculpture made from domestic and industrial materials. Since the mid-1990s Pepe has used feminist and craft traditions to investigate received notions concerning the production of canonical artwork as well as the artist's relationship to museum display and the art institution itself
The project we did together at Art International:
- Paola Ferrario (USA-ITA) - http://www.paolaferrario.com/
American-Italian photographer Paola Ferrario spent two weeks in Tarlabaşı neighborhood realizing her work “Photographer for hire”, a participatory project where people from Istanbul could hire the artist for free. The final work is a site- specific installation realized in a real local “lokanta” of Tarlabaşı.
- Laura Arena (USA)
Laura Arena is a multidisciplinary artist, activist, designer, and curator based in Brooklyn, New York. Arena's work encompasses photography, video, installation, writing, and social interventions with a focus on storytelling, human rights causes, gameplay, race, and identity.During her stay at PASAJ, Laura Arena explored the third bridge and Tarlabaşı 360 construction areas:_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_https://vimeo.com/114913859
- Martinka Bobrikova (Slovakia-Norway) & ocde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_(Slovakia-Norway) & Occs58cf13653594
Their art practice develops around the context of the value of power in the economic and social sphere. Their aim is to investigate the mechanisms of the human unconscious, as an individual belonging to a social group within the limits of capitalism looking at the consequences of the current global financial system. They investigate various sound processes that lead them to develop their practice in sound experimentation as a resource for the realization of sound installations, live performance, interventions, and objects. their field of work
Street artists from Italy.
Geocyclab - Fanch Dodeur & Barth Péron (FRA)
three years around the world by bike
Nomadic artistic creation workshop Research laboratory about Free Objects.
Alannah Robins (IR)
Alannah Robins has a dynamic and active artistic practice, based in Ireland and Sweden. A graduate of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, she was a founder member of the Atlantic Artists' Association which ran a collective studio and gallery space in Clifden for nine years.
She was resident at PASAJ and she made an installation called Half Light at İsmail's restaurant, PASAJ Tarlabaşı, gave a talk at Istanbul Technical University and she gave a workshop of shadow to the children of Sururi primary school of the neighborhood._cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_