2019, Plexiglass, ink, mini amplifers, exciters
This project comes together as a result of a research focusing on cultural heritage and transfer of knowledge through artistic production. Inspired by Gezi Park Occupation (2013) in Istanbul Taksim Square, the artist, follows her own memories and questions the infuence of past productions on young generations and possible effects of them on politic movements.
The install consists of plexiglass plates with hand and machine etched images and texts. Same plates are also used to install an hour long sound piece that plays through out the exhibition from three different sources spread in the space. Whole install creates a memory space which also functions as a stage for live public moments occurring during the exhibition. The aim of the space is to engage with past knowledges and transform them through current voices, materials and techniques.