Participant to the Caravan residency
Cities to be visited :
Biella (IT), Alexandria (EGY), Athens (HE)
Zeynep Kaserci is a London-based visual anthropologist whose practice stands at the intersection between filmmaking, ethnography, and multimodal research. Born in Izmir, Turkey, she moved to Scotland to pursue her undergraduate degree in art history at the University of St Andrews and recently completed her postgraduate degree in visual anthropology at the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology. She has done extensive research on experiences of gender inequality in Turkey, and her last ethnographic film Ocak was screened at numerous international film festivals. She is currently the recipient of the One World Media fellowship grant and working on a new short film on urban activism in Turkey exploring strategies of resisting and manoeuvring patriarchal violence and state governance. She is part of the international creative collective Mesh, organising participatory workshops and creative residencies on critical collaboration.
Official website: www.zeynepkaserci.com