Ahu Dural

Ahu Dural She Sees Nothing

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.


Fri, 16 Jun, 18.00h
16 Jun 201721 Jul 2017

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