Turbulence: Symposium

Guelsuen Karamustafa The Courier, 2016

Chair: Sarah Glennie
Speakers: Elaine Hoey, Gülsün Karamustafa and Cengiz Tekin.

A seminar for third level students, artists and the general public that focuses on the themes addressed in the exhibition Turbulence. The symposium will question the role art can play in influencing policy and bringing about lasting social change. Speakers Elaine Hoey, Gülsün Karamustafa and Cengiz Tekin will be joined by a human rights activist to discuss the contemporary refugee crisis.

This event includes a special lunch by Sligo Global Kitchen.



Douglas Gordon, I Had Nowhere To Go

Douglas Gordon, I Had Nowhere To Go

Douglas Gordon, I Had Nowhere To Go
Symposium screening

The Model is delighted to present the Irish premiere of Douglas Gordon’s film I Had Nowhere to Go, based on the autobiography of groundbreaking experimental filmmaker, Jonas Mekas. At the age of 22 Mekas was forced from his home by the threat of Nazi persecution. I Had Nowhere To Go is his story of exile as told by the critically acclaimed artist Douglas Gordon.