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Two Lines of Rhythm

Two Lines of Rhythm Sound Art, 2021 Train tracks, mechanical sound generators, electronic control Exhibition: Taksim Maksim - Dönüşüm Curator: Ayça Okay Project Assistant: Berke Baramuk Thanks: Eren Kondul - Zilberman Gallery, DDF #beyoğlukültüryolu #soundart #sonicarts #electronicarts #exhibition #contemporaryart During my primary school years, we lived in a teacher's lodging in Izmir for a few years. This campus, which was a large high school campus, was closed on...

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Fire

Fire I tried to live without caring for a while. However, I couldn't. I looked and suddenly flames were rising from all sides. Those who have survived and escaped may think they have escaped. However, I didn't want to run away. I decided to burn to the fullest. I realized that I could no longer ignore these black lands that would...

Far Shadows

There are an estimated one billion security cameras in the world. When we add the number of cameras in our personal electronic devices to this figure, the total number reaches levels that exceed the human population in the world. Before the invention of the camera, the researcher’s curiosity about how we see things dates back to the present. Ibn al-Haytham,...

More and Morse

Sound Sculpture Laser, vibration motors, electronics, 164x20x6cm When faced with monotony as a conscious or unconscious choice, we begin to consume the moment while being unwittingly delirious about a cycle surrounding the self. As the consumed moment slips away into nothing, it looks for a way to run out and be rapidly forgotten, as though becoming a faint yet paced music crushed under...

If These Walls Could Hush

Selcuk ARTUT Solo Exhibition 2020 Silence is a coincidence. You happen to find yourself in it. There are so many sounds around you and you don’t hear any of them. For a moment you plunge into emptiness as if breaking away from life. You hide behind that invisible curtain in a quiet manner. This might be a way of holding yourself...

Square Root

Arbitrariness is not unintentional. Unacquainted opportunities remain consolidated even when they are ignored completely. A mind-boggling flash of light reaches to its destination unless it is directed unintended. Otherwise its shape shifts into deep underwater darkness. There you become boundlessness and all the metrics dissolve into a unique pattern. Repetition disintegrates arbitrariness into its constituents. Minute details envelope the sense...

Habituation of Dishabituation

Surrounded by the demise of tranquility, the effort to pronounce a whispered melody radiates dimly into my void. All that I am able to hear resolves into a high-pitched melody ringing in my mismatched ears. But there is still something out there trying to accompany the never-ending asynchronous rhythm. Unaware of the simplicity of the recursive incident, my perception floats...

Isomorphism

Habituation they shouted at me. But I fail to comprehend its simplicity. Instead, I have chosen to hide in a pouch with my ignorance. There I engage to excavate an innocent attempt looking over all of my expectations. Still, the loud echo of the word never fades away, but all I can hear is the remnants of my solitude. Elsewhere...

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Ikosa

On the verge of colliding with the computational complex forms with their physical reflections on glossy planes, IKOSA is a geometric abstraction with its entangled mathematical structure. Its sculpture form has been realized by rendering the perfect geometry of a convex regular icosahedron. While the intersecting three golden ratio planes at perpendicular angles organizes the infrastructure of the main body,...

Estranged Music

We argue nowadays about the role of the human being in every respect, and in doing so reference human technology-based configurations. Inevitably art, like the uncharted soul of humanity, has been challenged by the rapidly increasing changes in the way we shape our lives. The music we listen to has undergone a complete transmutation via constructive and deconstructive influences. Musicians are...