Sanat Mekan Zaman sitesinin sanal galerisinde 23 Eylül 2019’da 10. kişisel sergim yayınlanacaktır. Bu da serginin video çalışması. Keyifli izlemeler:)
My 10th solo exhibition is going to be virtual in this web site! Thanks to the developers of this art portal!
My last solo exhibition is open till this Sunday
I wanted to share with you the works I got in the exhibition
It is my 9. Solo mosaic exhibition and the name is “Abrakadabra”
There are marble and stained glass mosaic works with contemporary designs. Mostly my original designs and some are interpretations
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Sergi hazırlığım devam ederken eksikleri olan mozaikleri de bitirip derzlemeye başlıyorum. Bitenlerden biri de Tanrinin Hikayeleri.
Tanrinin Hikayeleri / Tales Of God
50 x 70 cm
Mermer mozaik / Marble mosaic
Derzsiz / Ungrouted
Tanrının Hikayeleri konusu aklıma geldiğinde ben bir dizi izliyordum. Dizide yavaş yavaş hafızasını kaybeden bir adam vardı. Ben de onun kendi hikayesini hatırlamadığını düşündüm. Peki onu tanıyan kimse de kalmazsa onun hikayesini ya da yaşamını kim hatırlayacaktı?
Bu soruyu sorduktan sonra adamin aslinda bir hikaye olduğunu anladim. Bu hikayeyi de tanri anlatiyordu ve kimsenin bilmesine gerek yoktu.
Bizlerin de hafızamıza, bilincimize güvenerek kendi hayatımızı yaşamamız birdenbire anlamsız geldi.
Ve herkesin tanrinin bir hikayesi olduğunun farkina vardim. Böylece konu doğmuş oldu.
I was watching a series when I thought of Tales of God. There was a man who slowly lost his memory in the show. And I thought he didn’t remember his own story. But who would recognize his story or his life if nobody knew him?
After I asked this question, I realized the man was actually a story. God told this story and nobody needed to know.
It was suddenly meaningless for us to live our own lives by trusting in our memory and consciousness.
And I realized that everyone is a story. So the subject was born.
The origin of Abrakadabra, which means “I create what I say”, is Aramaic.
In ancient times, a triangular amulet was used to heal patients. And it would mean “don’t hurt me.” Thus, the patients were cured.
Abrakadabra, also known as a magic word, draws attention to the power of words in every sense.
In the Qur’an, it is mentioned that the beautiful word is like a tree in the soil extending from the branches to the sky and always giving its fruit with the permission of Allah.
It can be understood that saying good words is to make beautiful creations.
We wish you to say good words and make beautiful creations;
Our exhibition is open now till 27 March 2014 at Painters Association Art Gallery
Lightworkers Exhibition – Place:Beylerbeyi Palace – Date:12-19.November.2013