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Sequence of Spaces (Rock, Paper, Wall)

engraving on a composed stone paper wall, metal zip ties

variable dimensions 


Sequence of Spaces (Rock, Paper, Wall) is an artwork that challenges the definition and the concept of what a book is or can be. Drawing from linguistics into visual arts, the artist uses
syntax and semantics to outline the complex affiliation between language and socio-political issues. The artwork is composed of twenty-seven singular sheets of paper that form walls around the spectator, while the paper used for the realisation of this artwork is made of stone. Each sheet of paper - each segment of the wall - acts as a singular poem through the text that has been engraved on it. Placed next to each other in a specific order, the poems do not function just individually, but can be read in various directions, with different lengths and conclusions. The artwork’s engravings do not cut the paper’s surface, instead they create creases. Their marks remain to be seen and read as a predetermined tentative of contact, that has not been developed fully. The paper wall continues to exist, questioning the concept of division and its inner relationships.

Directions (An Attempt at Transparency)

text messages, engraving on stone paper, frame, RGB LED, Arduino, power cables

21 cm x 30 cm


Directions (An Attempt at Transparency)

is a series undisciplined artworks,

intrinsically blending traditional techniques with new technologies in both their concept and materiality. Exposing raw elements, such as light and words, they focus on questioning the boundaries outside their frames. In the artwork found transcripted digital notes and text messages become ready-made artworks. Using the dialog of light and creases as the main medium and denying a more assertive permanent intervention, the artwork's narrative
remains in perpetual change. The consistent shifts of characters' content in frame signal the author's distance from the found subjects and open up new windows of interpretation.

The project Sequence of Spaces was realised during a residency period and with the support of Dolomiti Contemporanee (IT)

This project was generously sponsored by Stone Paper Italia

Special thanks to Arthere Istanbul

Photo credit: Dejan Habicht, Archive of P74 Gallery

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