Chaos Reality (October 2020)
Wood, Acrylic paint, Photo paper
70cm x 70 cm
I wanted to express "chaos" in this work. I drew a complicated pattern around it, and put a picture of the building I took in the middle.The pictures of the buildings add to the chaotic atmosphere of the busy urban areas. I also created reliefs in my work by layering wooden layers. This work was strongly influenced by Frank Stella's style of abstraction from the late 80's. From Stella's work, I got an idea from the layers that were drawn from complicated patterns.
Miniature city (November 2020)
Ceramic and manganese oxide
20 cm x 15 cm
In this work, five solid forms combine. The shapes are all different, with diagonal angles and unique top shapes. In this work, I wanted to create a modern impression in the city so I used simple colors. This created a urban view of the cold and material world. Also, the work was strongly influenced by Donald Judd's minimalism - Judd's simple yet materialistic atmosphere of the object and the modern world view. As a result, the work was extremely simple and waited for a realistic element.
Future city (March 2021)
Pen, Acrylic paint
59 × 41cm
In this work, I drew a futuristic city with a pen in a cartoon style. This work was influenced by Enki Bilal's futuristic world view. I also used a pen to draw the buildings because I wanted to create a cartoonish world view. This made it simpler and more monotonous. I also drew red on the monotonous background using only a pen, which had a strong impact. The complex structure of the building was strongly influenced by the way he painted his works.