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Universes within Universes


artist | Elif Sezen

2015

Digital Art

37 × 29 cm / 14.6 × 11.4 in

Digital manipulation of mixed media on paper.

This piece is part of the multi-panel project ‘Our garden was so green’.

This series of works suggests a cloud of images, bringing together various associations, visual and poetic images that resonate with ... Read more
Digital manipulation of mixed media on paper.

This piece is part of the multi-panel project ‘Our garden was so green’.

This series of works suggests a cloud of images, bringing together various associations, visual and poetic images that resonate with the Battle of Gallipoli. Through images that may appear as playful and ironic, bringing onto the surface the reality of destruction and loss, the work encourages to create an emotionally evocative response to the topic ‘Memorialisation, Commemoration and Sacrifice’. The pieces of this multi-panel work include images such as symbolic representations of memorials that become part of a storytelling; a snapshot of a child of a soldier who died in this war; images that associate with Aynalı Çarşı (Mirror Bazaar); images of nature (such as a dead bird) that also brings the connection between war and destruction of nature and animals - in addition to humans. In this sense, this work suggests bridging personal histories with the collective, without losing their original essence. After all, collective time and memory is an inevitable result of the unspoken individual histories that need to be revealed. Read less
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