as part of:
Translation and Conversion: A Meditation on the Everyday
İstiklâl Caddesi, Istanbul, Turkey
Suat Öğüt and Nanette Yannuzzi
Nanette: He fell down three flights of steps
Suat: I don't think so. It shouldn't have been like this. What I want to do and what you want to do could have been different here.
Nanette: I've got to say good-bye.
Suat: As I woke up in the morning, I felt at home and I wanted to have a nice breakfast but I realized that I am not at home and could not have breakfast.
Nanette: I counted six, I stopped and counted seven more
Suat: By the way, the nights started getting longer, do you notice?
Nanette: She spoke one language, turned around and spoke another language, she walked away
Suat: I often see my friends these days because our relationship is getting stronger. How is your relationship with your friends?
Nanette: I drove down the alley.
Suat: I don't think so… It shouldn't have been this way.
Nanette: there is no reason to eat that.
Suat: I guess I understand Taksim better now… In front of a blackboard, with a shutter, we are doing a performance with you and this makes me different than I am.