Doğan was imprisoned for propaganda after she depicted a predominately Kurdish city destroyed by Turkish military forces in a digital painting.
Originally conceived as a video monument project, Still Life is a book that juxtaposes the Roboski families with the Turkish government’s war on terror.
When violence is celebrated, evil consumes good and insurgency turns into a kind of distortion of civilization. We have to find a way to break this vicious cycle.
When Turkey held its armed forces — and its citizen volunteers — back from intervening in the Islamic State’s assault on the Kurdish town of Kobani in Syria in early October, protests erupted.