PROJECTS:

Double Erasure
Film I brought back from Hungary
SPECTACLE STUDIO
WHO STOLE MY SUBLIME
Fracture Analysis
GONE/reDONE
SISYPHUS THE DAY AFTER
Crisis of the Visible
CRISIS OF THE Invisible
Crisis of the Free Spirit
THE END OF SLEEP
Institutional sunset
APROPER ERASURE
NO PLACE FOR […]
TRACE WITH ME
MID-CONVERSATIONAL MERGE
Debated Utopia

Awkward Beauty

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Fracture Analysis 2017
Photographs by misused iPhone

The fracture research manifests itself in the gallery as an enlarged sketch. The analysis still in the stage of research, therefore there are no finalized images exist. The imprints of my travels, collected anthropological and ethnographic material reflect on the everyday in this current socio-and cultural political, economic climate. The core of my analysis is how the fragmented internal and external environment affect the individual. By taking advantage of the limitations of technological tools, I depict what is the digital gaze, how we see the world through systems, be it a physical tool such as a camera or an ideological framework, and what novel constructions emerge from the process of redefinition. Although this series started primarily as an institutional critique, it demands space for eventual reparation to explore cubist and queer directions in art and identity construction. The cubist direction in photography is explored through the act of fragmentation and reconstruction. This photographic process, which I consider drawing, responds to queer post-structuralist ideas of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Judith Butler, and Maggie Nelson. It aims to challenge the unstable positions of past and current identity constructions towards a reparative direction.

This project has been delayed due to unforeseen circumstances of institutional conflicts. Instead of this project, I had a chance to respond to issues that prevent projects like these to progress away from instability. For further information see SPECTACLE STUDIO and Film I brought back from Hungary.


Budapest Art Factory, 2017

 



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