NEWS

February 2020

İzmir Tabip Odası’nın düzenlediği ve Dr. Nur Engindeniz moderatörlüğündeki söyleşinin detayları:

January 2020

I have two collage works in the new issue of ctrl+v journal which can be seen here:

http://ctrlvjournal.com/issue9/demirel.html

December 2020

Istanbul Modern Sanat Müzesi Film Küratörü Müge Turan ile Kadınlar Ülkesi üzerine yaptığımız söyleşi:

December 2020

Women’s Country had a screening at Global Migration Film Festival, followed by a panel discussion and an Q&A. 

 

September 2017

My photo series “Place of Possible”, featured in L’Oeil de la Photography / Eye of the Photography.

Take a look.

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July 2017

Thanks to Play Tuşu for featuring my photography series “Place of Possible” on their Instagram feed. // Teşekkürler Play Tuşu!

Here’s the link.


 
 
 
 

March 2017

New screening in Turkey: “Life looks for life” will be in Adana and Mersin within the scope of 11th International Cukurova Art Days as part of the Ephesus Video Art Program.


 

July 2017

I’m beyond excited to announce that I’ll be an artist-in-residence at the Growlery Artist Residency in San Francisco for a two-months period in 2018.

 

February 2016

The festival journey of Life looks for life continues! It’s screened in the framework of Projet Konschtkescht in Luxembourg on Feb.


 
 

June 2017

My video work will be in the screening programme of e4c in Seattle. You can see it on 4Culture’s storefront gallery during June. Here’s more info.

June 2016

Happy to announce that my new documentary project got selected to the Eurasia Doc Documentary Scriptwriting Workshop in Istanbul, Turkey.


 

November 2016

My short doc “Living with Leviathan” was part of “Defying Human Rights Art Show” at The Plant last Firday night (November 4th), here in Tallahassee, FL. I enjoyed a lot. Thanks for showing up and asking me questions!

 

June 2016

Here’s the audience in Saint Malo, France, watching my video art piece “Life looks for life” in the framework of Le Festival d’Oodaaq. THANK YOU!