The Museum of Small Things by Can Dündar and Hakan Savaş Mican tells the stories of political prisoners in Turkey with everyday objects. The seemingly little things from the daily lives of 12 prisoners – a song hummed over the telephone, a letter in a bottle, or an undershirt used as a screen – serve as the starting point for actors Sesede Terziyan and Taner Şahintürk to invoke something much larger: Thoughts cannot be locked away. »You will all see, once again, that no ban, no repression, no isolation will ever be capable of limiting a thinking mind.« (Can Dündar)
Installation curated by Can Dündar
Im Rahmen des 6. Berliner Herbstsalon GEZİ – TEN YEARS AFTER. Ein Prolog im Frühling.
Gefördert aus Mitteln des Landes Berlin, Hauptstadtkulturfonds im Rahmen von Re:Writing the Future.