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The Embassy of Israel in India ; Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute, Kolkata ; The Strategy Academy & Culture Monks present a session by Nezaket Ekici and Shahar Marcus on their performance art practice titled In Relation.

Nezaket Ekici is Turkish by birth and lives in Germany. She was a student of Marina Abramovic. Marcus Shahar is a performance and video artist who lives in Israel. They have worked together extensively and here they are going to talk about the various aspects of their performance art practice and interact with the audience.

On June 6, 2020 from 7 pm (IST), 3:30 pm ( European Time) or 1:30 pm (UTC) @ The Strategy Academy Virtual Studio

Artistic statement

The idea, the thought, the draft are the bases for the execution of my artwork. Ideas come from everyday life situations, social and cultural atmospheres. Then the idea expresses itself in the performances and installation art. As well as this, I use the body as a means of expression.

The artistic idea is expressed using the body alone, as part of the installation and within the context of an audience.

The subjects I deal with are time, movement, space, material, body, action/interaction. I try to create works of art that leave for the viewer, free space for associations and new possibilities. I take a special situation from everyday life and without illustrating this one for one; I place it into a new context.

I aim to create art where all of the elements are connected together to form a whole work of art ( Gesamtkunstwerk)

About Nezaket Ekici

Nezaket Ekici (b. 1970, Kirsehir, Turkey) has been living in Germany since 1973. She holds a M.A in Art Pedagogy, and has studied Art History and Sculpture at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University and Fine Arts Academy Munich (1994-2000). From 2001 to 2004 she studied Performance Art under Marina Abramovic at the Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Braunschweig. She received her Degree in Fine Arts and holds a MFA Degree, as well.

Ekici has been presenting her work in national and international exhibitions since 2000: Museum Haus der Kunst in Munich; The Irish Museum of Modern art in Dublin; 25. May Museum Belgrade; PAC Milano; Venice Biennale; P.S.1 New York; Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam; Reina Sophia Museum, Madrid; Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul; The Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei/ Taiwan; Poznan Biennale; Curiciba Biennale; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Istanbul Modern; Marta Herford; Minsheng Art Museum Shanghai; Haus am Waldsee Berlin; KunstWerke Berlin; Oslo Museum; The Contemporary Art Gallery of Georgia, Georgia National Museum,Tbilisi; Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow,. Her works includes mainly performance, video and installation. She presented more than 250 different performances in over 60 countries, more than 170 cities on 4 continents.

About Shahar Marcus

Shahar Marcus (Israel 1971) is an interdisciplinary artist who works primarily in video, performance and installations. Marcus has exhibited at various art- institutions, both in Israel and around the world, including: The Tate Modern; MoCA Hiroshima, Japan; The Hermitage, Russia; The Israel Museum; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; Charlottenburg, Copenhagen- Kunsthalle; Moscow Biennale; Poznan Biannale; Moscow Museum of Modern Art; Paris-Beijing Gallery, France; Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany; Benaki Museum, Greece; Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, Poland; MAXXI, Italy and at other art- venues in Poland, Italy, Germany.

 

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