SAHA Studio, which fosters hospitality, interplay and manufacturing program for artists and curators, presents an interdisciplinary choice that brings collectively the brand new works of interval artists and the initiatives of worldwide artists invited by companion artwork establishments beneath the World Climate Community (WWN).
Working to assist the inventive environments of Turkish artists and enhance their interplay with worldwide artwork establishments and actors, SAHA, along with 28 artwork establishments from all over the world, has created the World Climate Community to interpret world warming and local weather disaster phenomena by way of the eyes of artists.
Throughout the framework of this challenge, the brand new works of multidisciplinary artists comparable to Elmas Deniz, Can Küçük and Burcu Yağcıoğlu, who’ve been working at SAHA Studio for some time, meets the artwork goers for the primary time. The artists included within the challenge sort out the problem of ecological crises by way of totally different mediums, comparable to sculpture, video, set up, design and efficiency.
The video titled “An Phantasm of Encounter” produced by Elmas Deniz at SAHA Studio focuses on the species which can be dropped at the brink of extinction or remodeled as an inevitable results of human-induced environmental crises and world warming. Within the efficiency titled “Council of Misplaced Crops,” the place Elmas makes use of scaled plant sculptures, she raises the query of how a negotiation space could be created between people and different creatures.
The works that Can Küçük produced at SAHA Studio beneath the primary title “Burning” are formed across the ideas of “warmth” and “supply.” Warmth, one of many elementary determinants of the connection between the human physique and the surroundings and the weather within the surroundings, manifests itself as disaster conditions in sudden temperature modifications. The works that concentrate on the supply study the backward manufacturing course of, the particular person and the circumstances that produce the objects.
“Expensive Lethargy” by Burcu Yağcıoğlu, produced at SAHA Studio, is a multilayered challenge formed across the ideas of laziness, inertia and lethargy. The challenge, which pulls inspiration from fields comparable to psychoanalysis, physics, biology, science fiction and mythology, is predicated on ideas and speculations that stopping and inertia is usually a radical manner of existence in a actuality the place the countless actions of people lead the planet towards destruction.
The paintings by Burcu Yağcıoğlu. (Picture courtesy of SAHA Studio)
The particular report ready by Yusuf Sevinçli for SAHA and WWN paperwork a pictures sequence that captures the peripheral areas of Istanbul, that are quickly shedding their pure texture as a consequence of heavy business and development initiatives. The artist’s images are accompanied by a textual content during which he recounts his experiences and encounters throughout a three-day exploration journey.
Productions chosen in collaboration with numerous worldwide establishments, comparable to Artangel (U.Ok.), Artingenium (Spain), Bundanon (Australia), Dhaka Artwork Summit (Bangladesh), MALI – Lima Artwork Museum & Proyectoamil (Peru), NEON (Greece), Odawara Artwork Basis (Japan) and Te Tuhi (New Zealand), can even be included within the WWN presentation at SAHA Studio.