600 Steps


600 Steps Project

The project was supported by Adam Mickiewicz Institute to celebrate the 600th anniversary of the establishment of Polish-Turkish diplomatic relations. The Turkish supporters of the project are Prof. Dr. Nezih Orhon, Eskisehir Anadolu University Faculty of Communication and Salt Galata.

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600 Steps in Istanbul

600 Steps - Warsaw

600 Steps is a research and cultural exchange project that derives from the 
600th anniversary of relations between Poland and Turkey and aims to explore the subjects of city, memory and resistance through Istanbul and Warsaw.

The first residency of 600 Steps in Istanbul will take place between February 1-9 and will be hosted by SALT.

Concept: Taldans | Mustafa Kaplan, Filiz Sizanli

Created together with: Mustafa Kaplan, Kursad Ozdemir, Filiz Sizanli, Iza Szostak, Karol Tyminski, Zorka Wollny, Wojtek Ziemilski

Project coordinator (Istanbul): Fırat Kuşçu

The project is organized as part of the 2014 cultural programme celebrating 600 years of diplomatic relations between Turkey and Poland.

“600 Steps” is a project commissioned by culture.pl and in collaboration with SALT (Istanbul).