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Visual artist_ painter
mutilated series 2017
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To name the scenes that we face in urban life, often we can't reach the right word. Stacked, condensed and jammed spaces of houses and apartments that have been stacked on top of each other and are sunk in the heart of the sky.
The image of the city in our minds is not the same as the reality. Spaces that have been depicted in the works ahead are the gap between our mental picture and what we face in the real world. 
2013
ECO.HO.SIS
density has seen many changes. Tall Buildings grow from the bottom of the earth instead of trees and make the environmental space tighter and tighter.
This collection depicted the intersection of the rise and fall, the moment we are seeing everyday in the city.
2013
Suspand life
In continuation of the previous track of my works, in this series I have dealt with other aspects of environmental issues.
" Endangered Animals ".
The loss is irreversible, and the human footprint is clear through it.
Suspension plays an important role in my works. Here suspension is an instant between being and vanishing. An instant that is stabilized.
2014
Standing in nothingness
This series refer to the unstable environmental conditions. The Circumstances have been created due to the destruction of the earth over the years. In this series, we face ghostly images of animals in surroundings where traces of human presence can be noticed. A presence that has been forgotten for a long time.
2015

 
 
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