A grown-up tale

Following her Jerusalem Theater showing, Saglam is planning on taking the display a step further, in a physical, dimension-oriented sense too.

November 29, 2017 17:31
Tokyo to study performance art. But it wasn’t to be. “My mother had a very serious illness for 10 ye

Tokyo to study performance art. But it wasn’t to be. “My mother had a very serious illness for 10 years,” she explains. “I am an only child. I lost my father and we don’t have any relatives, so there was just the two of us – my mother and me.” Saglam’s mother was also an artist, and Saglam began air. (photo credit: ASLI SAGLAM)


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