Form of Relations, Shelf, 2019, installation, plexiglass, metalThe moment when we are born is when we enter into the relations... Read More
Form of Relations, Shelf, 2019, installation, plexiglass, metal
The moment when we are born is when we enter into the relations with the others. Every being affect and be affected by the other beings. Any internal changes bring about the transformation in relations, also the other way around. The traces of the others are imprinted on oneself in this constant circulation, and the self as a constituent of those traces is drifting across the flux of relations.
I search for polymorphous forms of impalpable relations through the bodily gestures. Seeing a body as a medium of encounters with the others and as a metaphor of ever-changing relations, I provide with the site where one can visually experience the fluid movements of relations from the external point of view. It is rather to disclose the immanent form of relations than displaying their positivity or negativity. Both the self and the unfiltered emotions find their places through this external observation.