shared voices

artlab, mixer, istanbul, march 2013

invited by curator Mehmet Kahmaran, in collaboration with Radna Rumping, partly funded by ECF, Step Byond

 

Shared Voices

 

Interested in international relations, parliamentary systems and underlying motives of decision-making Marieke Warmelink created an interactive performance/ installation and intervention called Shared Voices I. The work was created during a month residency at Artlab, Mixer, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Shared Voices is based on creating a platform of exchange for the public and the local passerby, 

inviting people to participate and to share ideas. The mobile wallpainting illustrates a parliament setting. In front the wall is platform with a lectern desk and a microphone.

 

The audience is first asked to take a seat at a typical Turkish table that is a symbol for official interaction and negotiation between different parties. Here the project is explained briefly to the participant

The participator was then invited to the stage and asked three questions, which they could answer

on a personal level or share his or her view upon the socio-political climate in the country of their origin.

 

The outcome of this interactive performance was documented on film and camera. Selected

photos and a conducted sound piece were presented during the final exhibition at Mixer.

 

 

 

 

Interview with Marieke Warmelink about Artlab  

English text

 

Interview with Marieke Warmelink about Artlab 

Turkish text (website Grizine)

 

Video documentation Shared Voices

 

 

    It takes

    courage

    to change

    It is time to to cut with old habits which hold you down

    Cut with them completely

    Take control

    ownership of your life

    Life is bigger 

    Your full potential is waiting

    A new person will be born

    Wake up to your inner truth

    Rise to the light 

    Trust

    Everything will be all right

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