AR Resident – Baran Çağinli

Baran Çağinli is a contemporary artist currently based in Ankara.

Related:
Baran Çağinli, AR Saari Residence/Saastamoinen Foundation
Baran Caginli now a AR-Safe Haven Helsinki Resident until April 2018
AR – Sareen Kartano/Saastamoinen Foundation

AR PAVILION – COLLATERAL II Madrid at MATADERO
DOCUMENTATION – Installation shots AR PAVILION-Madrid

Exhibition booklet – AR PAVILION

MOBILE Talk: Baran Çağinli at HAM, 27/03/2018
Documentation: MOBILE Talk: Baran Çağinli at HAM, 27/03/2018
No Man’s Land by Baran Çağinli, 29/08/2018 at “Suomi101”, @Artsi
Documentation: “No Man’s Land” by Baran Çağinli
The AR PAVILION-BERLIN: mutatis mutandis
Documentation: The Artists at Risk (AR) Pavilion – Berlin: mutatis mutandis
Artists at Risk (AR) Symposium and Screenings – A Conversation at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin
PRESS: Ein sicherer Hafen für Künstler

 

 

Baran Çağinli, born in Istanbul in 1990, is a contemporary artist currently based in Ankara. His art brings together several disciplines and societal themes. Addressing governmental/civic relations and related conflicts of power, identity issues such as ethnic discrimination, forced migration and forced disappearances, his work tests the limits of the possible in a repressive society.

The objects and people included and used in his works are often witnesses to an incident. Although these witnesses are shown within their local contexts, they also represent those in other geographical areas living under different regimes.

Baran was the first AR-Resident to be hosted by Sareen Kartano/Saasatmoinen Foundation residence program. His was part of the AR-Pavilion COLLATERAL II in Madrid in October 2017. The work of his further residencies will come to fruition and be exhibited in 2018/2019. He is also working on a project with PM’s PLURIversity, funded by the Kone Foundation.

 

Baran Çağinli was a resident of the AR-Saari Residence/Saastamoinen Foundation in 2017 is currently resident at AR-Safe Haven Helsinki.

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