Tue 13 February 2018 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Red House Gallery - Yisrael Misalant 35, Tel Aviv,
Artport at The Red house
A talk by Tuce Erel (Istanbul/Berlin) Artport’s curator in residence
On artist run spaces and collectives
Tuce will discuss artist-run-space models as an alternative way of interdisciplinary collaboration and co-existing in a space. She will present Top e.V. and TopLab, in which she is a partner, as well as a brief background about artist-run spaces in Turkey.
Tuesday Feb. 13th, 8pm
The Red House: Yisra’el mi-Salant St 35, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Tuçe Erel (1981, Ankara) is a curator, art writer and art professional based in Berlin. She has worked for an art magazine as content editor, event manager and archivist, and gallery assistant in Istanbul from 2011 through 2013. Since September 2013, she has been working as a freelance art professional. She worked for artist’s book project, supported artists’ public relations, contributed to art magazines in Turkey.
Her curatorial interests are archiving practices, ecology, anthropocene, post-human and post-digital theories. She was part of the curatorial team of Quiet Cue and since January 2017, she is member of >top Schillerpalais.