Sirma Doruk, ‘Interference’, 2014, Mixer
Sirma Doruk, ‘Interference’, 2014, Mixer
Sirma Doruk, ‘Interference’, 2014, Mixer
Sirma Doruk, ‘Interference’, 2014, Mixer
Sirma Doruk, ‘Interference’, 2014, Mixer

The artist, who stores several objects in her agenda and then brings them together to build up a larger object, combines the objects with her experience to visualize particular spaces and occasions. She supports the images with corruptions targeting visual and audial perceptions. The colors she chooses represent the essence of each and every tile in the video. This practice carrying an urge to intervene to the unconscious by the light and the sound, represents the fictive form she experiences. The elements constituting a steady disconnectedness between the parts of the whole are composed of the reflection of her own memory. The delusions created by the filters in the process of our self perception and the isolation which emerges accordingly, endures their existence in her recent works.

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