Ahmet Öğüt in conversation with Ekaterina Degot
Artist talk
Paranoia TV Headquarters

24.9., 12:00

Paranoia TV Headquarters and live online

Paranoia TV Headquarters
Herrengasse 26, 8010 Graz  ♿

In English

Free admission
​​Limited attendance. Please register via e-mail to tickets [​at​] steirischerherbst.at.

Long before the global pandemic ever broke out, artists were making artworks at home and addressing their domestic surroundings. Ahmet Öğüt’s new documentary film-essay for Paranoia TV explores this history. 

On the occasion of the premiere of his new film on Paranoia TV, Ahmet Öğüt and Ekaterina Degot discuss the many historical examples of art made at home, for home, and about its political meaning today.


Ahmet Öğüt (1981, Diyarbakir, Turkey) is a conceptual artist. He works with a broad range of media including video, photography, installation, drawing, and print. His conceptual, often propositionally based projects frequently examine and subvert existing power relations. A further focus of his work are collective discursive and educational projects, such as the Silent University Project. He lives in Amsterdam and Istanbul.