‘One and the Many’ exhibition in Ankara
“One and the Many,” an exhibition investigating the environment of production in Turkey between 1955 and 1995 through a selection of artifacts, has opened at the Çankaya Municipality Contemporary Arts Center in Ankara with expanded content, following its initial presentation at Istanbul’s SALT Galata.
“One and the Many” is a research-based exhibition that looks into the production and distribution of things. It tackles the period 1955-1995 in Turkey by following the material results of gradual industrialization.
The exhibition frames the topic primarily via the stories of selected artifacts common to the 1980s, a period when industrial products met a voluminous consumer market for the first time.
A series of public programs including a talk and a workshop, as well as film screenings and exhibition tours, will also take place during the exhibition that will run through April 4.