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Selcuk Artut /  (Page 2)

Cohesion

I want to hug everyone really tight and shout, “Stop!” We have to stop because if we don’t, we can’t see one another. Stop and give a good hug to others! Like a nut threading onto a bolt and holding it tight, let’s be steady as a rock and start shaking! If we shake we can be noticed. Although, not...

Analog Pixel Serie 5

150x50x15 cm Sculpture; vibration motors, steel sheet, electronic circuitry Serie 5 Artut uses the random as an element in Analog Pixels through the interaction between the shape of the object and data in his work. The four-pieced work of simple, abstract visuality, combined with the element of sound traces the boundaries of the viewer’s perception. Merve Ünsal photo credits: Murat Durusoy Exhibited at Daire Gallery Istanbul 2015 Salon...

Pixel Rain

2015 74x74 cm and 74x64 cm frames with drums skin Sound Sculpture; vibration motors, acoustic surface, electronic circuitry Pixel Rain is a sound installation with two square-framed drums hanging on the ceiling. Inside the two drums, there are vibration motors triggering hits on the surface with a particular algorithm. Exhibited at Wavelengths - Les Halles Brussels 2015 Exhibited at Wavelengths, Brussels Curated by Ceren &...

Forever Real

Exhibited at Contemporary Istanbul Plugin 2015 Electricity is not a man-made invention. It is a resource that alters mankind with its widespread use. The world has rapidly changed when humans had succeeded in ruling over electricity as a result of their drive to control. When John Cage was talking about Electronic Music, he mentioned the dilation of the concepts in music....

Analog Pixels

Artut uses the random as an element in Analog Pixels through the interaction between the shape of the object and data in his work. The four-pieced work of simple, abstract visuality, combined with the element of sound traces the boundaries of the viewer’s perception. The mirrored surfaces of the objects, ranging in reference from Douglas Gordon to Doug Aitken to Dan...

What You See is not What You See

Installation; augmented reality software, 4 screens, projector Variable size Ed. 4 In a room, the condition of being surrounded on all four sides is transformed into a physical condition; the artwork invades the viewer. Projected from the middle of the ceiling, an amorphous object is both the work and the simulacrum of the work. While we don’t know what we are looking at,...

107 People

This is a video version of the Artwork named 107 people. 107 people are counting from one to one hundred, and sequenced a second delay to the next. Exhibited at ICA London, UK, Art London 2013, Contemporary Istanbul Plugin Section 2013...

Fog

Interactive Video Installation Variable size Ed. 3 Fog is perhaps a mythical conclusion to the increasing anxieties, fears, visual and auditory experiences. The viewer is included in the work and is a very spiritual point to end on. The works, which include technological mechanisms and surveillance methods trail off with this work, showing that Artut’s discourse is quite open-ended and quotidian. The parameters that...

Forever

Forever Series is a minimal and perfectionist-bearing series of works that examine the structure of chaos and machines from a different perspective. As long as electricity exists, perfect global forms that continue to do their programmed movements will wander an infallible line of the physical world in a minimalist manner. This wandering status will be obtained in a kind of...

Bloody Who It is Me

The title is self-explanatory. Whenever I start watching news on TV, I am frightened by the vandalism of humans. This video is my confession for my helpless sight for these innocent people....