Sat 13 04
4 pm


Festivalticket 32 € | ermäßigt 22 € Kombiticket Freitag und Samstag 28 € | ermäßigt 18 € Karten Freitag und Samstag je 16 € | ermäßigt 12 € Podiumsdiskussion Eintritt frei

#disPlaced - #rePlaced 2

Creating spaces and reflections between Berlin & Istanbul
DJ Ipek © Melis Özdil
On the second day, the focus will be on art as a medium of resistance and also on the transformation of society and different communities through migration.

The war photographer Uygar Önder Şimşek presents pictures of his escape to Berlin. In a festival cinema curated by Selda Asal (Apartment Project), stories are told, among others, about people from various areas of the cultural industry, who have come to Germany from Turkey in the last five years. Berliner-by-choice Hüma Utku aka R.A.N. presents a specific mix of traditional instruments and dark industrial timbres. Korhan Erel and Mikail Yakut combine broken beats, experimental sound collages and accordion sounds. The artist trio Karmatürji and the Iranian-Kurdish icon, singer and songwriter Hani Mojtahedy, who has been living in Berlin since 2004, create a unique mixture of powerful and delicate electronic sounds, Persian-Kurdish singing and an assembly of traditional instruments. The HaY//mat Ensemble manages to look back to their home country and at the same time turn towards something new by premiering new works composed especially for the festival by contemporary composers from Turkey and the Turkish diaspora. Hakan Vreskala, who in his music expresses social criticism in Turkish and Kurdish, and also organised musical flash mobs during the Gezi protests in Istanbul, together with his live band presents an energetic mix of ska, rock and Balkan sounds, which he brings to the boil in a "Sound of Resistance". Murat Meriç, who among other things curates the events "Yerli Müzik" (Turkish native music) at Bi'Bak Berlin, will lead into the night with Turkish funk, continued until the early hours with an Anatolian-Electronic-Live-Session at Kater Blau, featuring Zigan Aldi, Deniz Mahir Kartal, Ipek ipekcioglu and Hakan Vreskala.

Die autobiografische Fotoausstellung von Uygar Önder Şimşek in Studio C und die Installation "Tube on black" von Melih Sarigöl und Ceren Oykut im Foyer sind ab 18 Uhr geöffnet.

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  • Künstlerische Leitung İpek İpekçioğlu
  • Produktionsleitung Matthes Alpheis
  • Produktionsassistenz Johanna Schlottke


11 am - 03.30 pm | Studio A Tanz-Workshop mit Candaş Baş 11 am - 03.30 pm | Studio B Sound-Workshop mit Korhan Erel 04 - 08 pm | Foyer Infostand PUDUHEPA - Fraueninitiative für Solidarität 04 - 05 pm | Studio C Autobiografische Fotoausstellung und Storytelling "Escaping Istanbul" Uygar Önder Şimşek 05 - 06.30 pm | Saal Festivalkino, kuratiert von Selda Asal / Apartment Project 06.45 - 07.30 pm | Studio C Hüma Utku (aka R.A.N.) - Dark Elektronic Ambient Sound Performance 08 - 08.40 pm | Halle Korhan Erel (Ayşegül) & Mikail Yakut - Experimental Electronic Sound & Akkordeon 09 - 09.40 pm | Saal Karmatürji & Hani Mojtahedy - Anadolu Electronic meets Kurdish Iran 10 - 10.40 pm | Halle HaY//mat Ensemble - Zeitgenössische Kompositionen aus der Türkei 11 - 00 pm | Saal Hakan Vreskala - ReggaeSka, Balkan & Anatolian Grooves 00 - 03 am | Saal DJ T***lin - Queeriental & DJ Murat Meriç - Türk-İş Funk from 02 am | Kater Blau Anatolian-Electronic-Live-Session


Eine Veranstaltung des Radialsystems. Gefördert durch die Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, in Kooperation mit Kater Blau. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung durch den Fonds Darstellende Künste e.V.

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Festivalticket 32 € | ermäßigt 22 € Kombiticket Freitag und Samstag 28 € | ermäßigt 18 € Karten Freitag und Samstag je 16 € | ermäßigt 12 € Podiumsdiskussion Eintritt frei