Zwischen den Laken
The variegated, mixed and overlapping work methods of the artist and her living environments in Berlin, Vienna and Iğdır are associatively exposed by a large-scale drawing placed behind a wooden object. The background consists of frottages of various materials and interior surfaces. The tall object resembling a stool with tapered legs is a free interpretation of designs by a mid-20th century French interior designer, Charlotte Perriand, who drew inspiration from Japanese architecture, injecting sensual and haptic experience into her sculptural objects. The drawing and the wood object create a collage, like an Azerbaijani wall carpet that combines with industrially made neo-Baroque furniture from a Turkish home (just like the one that the artists aunts used to have). The work provided a glimpse into an interior that speaks the language of the cityscape through its layered manual processes.