The Library of Resistance invites you to come read about, listen to, discuss and consider the future of democracy and authoritarianism in Turkey and around the world. In addition to 200 written works on the Gezi protests and their effects, the Kiosk is also hosting the soundinstallation Sounds of Gezi by Erdem Helvacıoğlu and the exhibition Diverging Roads of History, a visual chronology of the past 10 years. The Exhibition is a visual and thematic chronology that will take visitors on a circular journey in time starting and ending at the Gezi Library, in other words, at the juncture where the divergent roads of history meet – and diverge again.
Concurrently, several panel discussions will take place on the mainstage and in the studio, featuring experts and witnesses to this recent history: what can resistance movements around the world learn from Gezi?
Curated by NİL MUTLUER & MURAT ÖZBANK
OPENING HOURS GORKI KIOSK
AUSSTELLUNG: DIVERGING ROADS OF HISTORY
Fri–Sun: 14:00–22:00 Uhr
SOUNDINSTALLATION: SOUNDS OF GEZİ
Tue–Sun: 18.30–19.30 Uhr
Part of 6. Berliner Herbstsalon GEZİ – TEN YEARS AFTER. Ein Prolog im Frühling.