Flow Tales: Remembering Antakya’s River Landscape

Dr. Ebru Bingöl



Gaziantep, Hatay

01/06 – 30/11/2020

The project ‘Flow Tales’ is gathering untold stories of water by implementing an artist call, e-exhibition, and e-publication. ‘Flow Tales’ criticality explores the relationship between landscape and community on a local and global scale and transfers this into a source of inspiration for artistic production.

In cooperation with the Italian collective ‘Paesaggi Migranti’ and other multi-disciplinary professionals, the project gathers stories that are wrapped around the forgotten memory and landscape value of the Asi River in Antakya. As a result of the artist call, the project gathers 122 flow tales from 34 countries and produces multi-media snapshots of selected tales of riverscapes around the world for exhibition.