Gözde Can Köroğlu, ‘Fluid Forms’, 2018, Elgiz Museum
Gözde Can Köroğlu, ‘Fluid Forms’, 2018, Elgiz Museum

“Fluid Forms” is a sculpture from the series “Morphosis”. “Morphosis” is composed of sculptures seeking the formal equivalences of perceptive capacity, sexual consciousness, identity, emotions and desire; beyond a determined structure of bones and muscles, namely a biological restriction.

The artist combines the hidden, missing or abundant aspects of the body within an anatomic pattern, yet blends these patterns with movements that are incompatible with the spine structure and/or exceeds anatomic forms and estrange the audience from the conventional perception of the body. The body, instead of being a specific form, becomes unlimited matter itself or a unity that is formed of heterogeneous parts. Thus, every sculpture finds its disorder, its true nature and identity in the anatomic order.

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