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Multi Modal Anthropological Engagements

Multimodality encapsulates all sorts of visual, aural, tactile media. Platforms, collaborative sites, films, photographs, dialogue, social media, kinesis and practice . Working in the fundamentals of decolonial and co-creative participatory visual anthropology methodologies, Karma Motion goes beyond the cross-cutting every possible anthropological niche as its’ reach out goes beyond the conventional forms of academic dissemination, it is engaged in creating its’ own public and media discourses (media resources). Beyond simply advocating for collaboration it also deeply adapts to reflect on issues of power, ethics, knowledge production, representation, application and a host of many other things like looking for creative ways into shifting paradigms and to transform lives in distress and under oppression to reach safety and freedom.

 

With partners worldwide; from Istanbul to Cappadocia in Turkey, to Lefkosha in Cyprus, to Canterbury and London in the UK, to Leh, Dharmsala, Delhi and Hyderabad in India to Marrakech and Atlas Mountains in Morocco , to Hottones in France and to Bern and Geneva in Switzerland; Karma Motion thrives to become an unbounded mobile platform of co-creation where transformation takes place through evocative storytelling. 

EARTHWORM FOUNDATION

THE NEW LANDSCAPE NARRATIVE

WITH BASTIEN SACHET

CEO

Filmed & Edited

by Eda Elif Tibet

Animated illustrations by Taisia Niekta

 

Nyon/ Switzerland / March 2021

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EARTHWORM FOUNDATION

CONTENT BANK PITCH

With Jotica Sehgal

Director Communications

Filmed & Edited

by Eda Elif Tibet

 

Nyon/ Switzerland / March 2021

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EARTHWORM FOUNDATION

CONTENT BANK

E-Catalogue

Editorial & Content & Design

by Eda Elif Tibet

Nyon/ Switzerland / March 2021

Ecological History Museum of Madrid

AIT ATTA A JOURNEY TO THE IGOURDANE

Trans Media Installations &

Photography Exhibition

 Eda Elif Tibet & Inanc Tekguc

Upcoming / 2020

Transhumance Journey towards the Agdal of Igourdane, Morocco / AIT ATTA TRIBE

 

Audio Visual Podcast

with Pommelien de Silva's narration

photographs by Eda Elif Tibet & Inanc Tekguc

for the ICCA Consortium

Day of Territories of Life & Commons

2020

 

Global Diversity Foundation

in collaboration with 

Espace Amount Cooperative

Demnate High Atlas,

Morocco

Bread Maker

Ethnographic Vignette on traditional bread making method with clay and vine leaves

by Eda Elif Tibet

2018

Misty Forest

Microcosmograhy

by Eda Elif Tibet & Cihan Elci

A longitudinal

Poetry//Photo Book Project

forthcoming

Fairy Dust​ Cappadocia​

Audio-Visual Storytelling for local product commercialisation and local empowerment

An Applied Anthropology & Conservation Project for to revitalise traditional vine-keeping methods with regenerative farming practices of pigeon guano and volcanic soil.

www.fairydustcappadocia.com 

 

by Eda Elif Tibet

2018