Members present – “Inside the Ring” Photo-Book by Ceren Saner

BIWOC*Rising members present – “Inside The Ring” Photo-Book by Ceren Saner

#Insidethering series brings together Ceren Saner’s ongoing works from Berlin of which also created her first photo-book.

On the 2nd year anniversary of publishing “Inside The Ring”, you are cordially invited to join Ceren Saner in an open discussion about this work in moderation of Lubi Barre.

Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022
18.00h : Starting
18.15-18.45h: Panel Discussion #insidethering Photo-Book
19.00h: Reading by Lubi Barre
20:00h: Ending
Location: BIWOC*Rising, Dresdener Str. 11

Ceren Saner:
born in 1991, Istanbul Turkey// based in Berlin.
Ceren Saner is a self taught lens based artist who mostly produces with photography, but also video and film alongside being interested in artist-books as a medium. SanerÄs works have been shown in France, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States of America, and her native Turkey.

Lubi Baree
born in 1982, Paris, France// based in Hamburg.
She published her story “Goodbye” in 2016 in the anthology “My Old Man” at Cannongate and in August 2020 in the German language collection “Here and There” at Punktum Verlag. She is the co-organizer of the independent reading series AHAB and a member of the Residency Writers Room. From 2017-2020 she was co-organizer and co-moderator of the reading series Hafenlesung as well as the 2020 literary curator of the Fluctoplasma festival in Hamburg.


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