Seminar

Research, Resources, and Access - Sezin Romi

Seminar
Research, Resources, and Access - Sezin Romi

Seminar: Research, Resources, and Access
Speaker: Sezin Romi
Date: 25.04.2022, Thursday
Time: 18.00-20.30

In this seminar organized by Open Dialogue Istanbul, Sezin Romi will discuss the critical role of libraries and archives in research. The talk will focus on the mission and the formation as well as the design of SALT Research, and how resources are brought together and are made available for the public. Romi will elaborate on the publication and archive collections along with the communal facilities provided for users at SALT Research. Through SALT’s selected research projects and programs, she will discuss various research methods and the critical importance of archives within the context of art history.

Following Romi’s presentation, Amira Akbıyıkoğlu (SALT) and Mine Söyler will be in conversation about SALT’s ongoing research project on performance art in Turkey.

About Sezin Romi

Sezin Romi is the Senior Librarian and Archivist at SALT (Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey). In addition to managing the library, she carries out the necessary processes for the research and access of art archives at SALT Research. She was also involved in the research and visualization of SALT’s projects It was a time of conversation (2012-2013), From England with Love, İsmail Saray (2014-2015), Idealist School, Productive Studio (2018), and History of the Painting and Sculpture Museums Association (2022). Having collaborated in the research processes of SALT’s various e-publications, Romi is the co-editor of İsmail Saray (2018) publication.

About SALT and SALT Research

Founded by Garanti BBVA in 2011, SALT is a cultural institution in public service producing research-based exhibitions, publications, web and digitization projects, as well as developing programs including screenings, conferences and workshops. Aiming to offer an environment for debate and co-learning with its users and collaborators, SALT does not engage in formal arguments or favor one period, discipline or object-based practice over another. SALT’s multi-layered programs are distributed at SALT Beyoğlu and SALT Galata in Istanbul.

SALT Research comprises a specialized library and an archive of physical and digital sources and documents on visual practices, the built environment, social life and economic history. As part of a long-term commitment to digitizing resources at SALT Research, the institution makes documents and sources universally available via saltresearch.org. together with the catalog of local access publications.

lata'daki SALT Araştırma mekânlarında incelenebilir.

25 April 2022 Monday 18:00

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