The One Minutes – Bregje Sliepenbeek

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Group discussion

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Billboard

Left to right; Niels Albers, Roderick Packe, Harry Heyink, Tobias Karlsson, Maarten Rots

Photo by Maarten Rots, concept by Harry Heyink

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Work in progress – Felipe de Avila

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Day trip to Pergamon

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The One Minutes – Matthias Mahieu

Basketball by Matthias Mahieu

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The One Minutes – Olga Nordwall

Pastime pursuits by Olga Nordwall

 

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The One Minutes – Holly Johnston

The Splash! by Holly Johnston

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Participant submission: Matthias Mahieu

Cunda essentials

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Meal in the beach house

Photos by Cigdem Erciyes

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Exhibition Eponymous

You are invited!

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Participant submission: Bregje Sliepenbeek

More than words

When strolling around in the town of Ayvalik I came across a little bookshop.

The owner of the shop raised the volume of his stereo when I walked by and the tunes of Cat Stevens invited me in.

In between “Ancient Turkish Casting Techniques”,  “The History of Turkish Fishingboats” and “ Listed Flowers of the Turkish Highlands” I found a book written by Kaderden Kacilmaz, a writer that achieved some spectacular success in the ’70s.

Since his books are rather hard to lay your hands on I was happily surprised to find a copy in this dusty old bookshop. The book titled “ Cep FOTOROMAN no 44” is known as one of his greater works which contains some groundbreaking philosophy.

You can imagine how thrilled I was. The shop owner not being aware of what treasure I had in hands sold me the book for nothing more then 2 Turkish Lira.

What a blast.

Being the new owner of this book feels great but since I don’t speak or read the Turkish language that well I haven’t been able to read the words of Kaderden Kacilmaz’s genius mind.

Well I guess his books are more than words.

  

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