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Interview: Elif Sezen on Gelibolu

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Andrew and Alice chat to Turkish-Australian artist and poet Elif Sezen about her contribution to interdisclipinary exhibition Gelibolu, which explores relations between Turkey and Australia and Gallipoli. Elif reads the extract of one of her poems which appears in the exhibition, discusses her place within a trans-cultural identity, and explains her thoughts on war and how she has chosen to express them.

Gelibolu is now showing at No Vacancy gallery until ANZAC Day.

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