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Forever Ordered Chaos

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...

Forever Snap

(For the sake of lack of experience, I must remind you that you are looking at a wall) 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...

An Ordinary Day of an Extraordinary Woman

An extraordinary woman wakes up in wonder, and we see her partner covered in blood lying in the same bed. An extraordinary woman rides to the kitchen to eat up the last remaining baklava. She goes to sleep, the partner is alive. A loop moves on. This is the source file used to discrete the presentation. First exhibited at American...

Languageless

Interactive Participatory Story Telling Variable Dimensions This is a piece I have developed during my European Graduate School Ph.D. Session on May 09. After having long conversations about how language shapes almost everything in life through our communication habits and tactics, I have come up with the idea of “Languageless”. I have given a well-known story Frog Prince to the participants, but...

Substairs

Substairs is a sound installation exhibited at Istanbul Biennale 2007. Before entering the exhibition hall, underneath the 46 stairs in a staircase 46 subwoofers have been installed. While the visitors are about to enter the hall, they are welcomed by a subsonic chaos of sounds immigrating from the indoors via microphones attached inside the hall. This piece was a way...