Following the wave of protest in Turkey, the Biennial’s has invited a few artists to present politically engaged works. Serkan Taycan has walked along the track of the soon-to-be second Bosphorus, a few kilometers away from Istanbul. His works takes the form of a touristic map following the path of the future waterway and a series of 61 images – one for each kilometer of the road.
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