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Exhibition: Intergalactic

03.09-20.10.2019 :: Anna Laudel, Istanbul Curated by İpek Yeğinsü, “Inter­galactic” departs from the question of what the future will be like if we manage to bring and sustain…

Exhibition: Anger is a solution, if anger means kittens

15.09 – 21.10.2018 :: D21 Kunstraum Leipzig The project Anger is a solution, if anger means kittens examines manifestations of anger, frustration and exhaustion in post-digital, late-capitalist societies….

Exhibition: Machine Culture

21.09-09.12.2018 :: SPACE Gallery Pittsburgh Curated by Murray Horne, “Machine Culture” introduces a group of artists fascinated by the mechanical. Operating with varying degrees of autonomy, control, function…

Interview: Wind Organ

“Wind Organ”, co-commissioned by Delfina Foundation and Horniman Museum with support from SAHA, is inspired by the museum’s musical instrument collection which I visited during my residency at…

Whispering II

Whispering II (2017) is a sound installation with air blowers, silicon tubes, clamps and gramophone horns.

Wind Organ

Wind Organ (2017) is an outdoor installation with five stainless steel tube poles that function like side-blown flutes played by the wind. Each instrument has a different resonator shape based on simplified models of the human vocal tract corresponding to the vowels A, E, O, U, I.

Solo Exhibition: Pneuma

16.04 – 03.06.2017 :: Pilot Galeri, Istanbul “Pneuma” focuses on air, breath and wind. Air circulates, it travels, it spreads, it blocks, it communicates, it whispers. It transmits and guides….

Eyes of the TV

Eyes of the TV (2017) is a screen-based installation where the eyes of the persons speaking on CNN Türk are automatically captured in real-time, zoomed in to cover the whole screen and displayed silently.

The Wind

The Wind (2017) is a wind direction indicator enclosed in a glass case and custom electronics running it. Using live online weather forecast data, the device acts as if the actual wind outside is also blowing inside the glass case.

Breath

Breath (2017) consists of four monitors leaning against the walls of a dark room, each with a different color continually pulsating. Each color’s rhythm is synchronized with a different kind of abnormal respiratory sound.