“the intensity of unmanned spaces”
Emin Mete Erdoğan’s “Entangled Cern Plans” and Sergen Şehitoğlu’s “0dB” individual exhibitions meet with art spectators simultaneously at Sanatorium between the dates 25th of April – 25th of May 2013.
Emin Mete Erdoğan focuses on the aesthetics of science and technology in his individual exhibition titled as “Entangled Cern Plans”. With their infrastructure generated from quantum physics to entanglement theory, the canvases shows a detailed portrayal of the gigantic machines that aims to solve the secret of the universe during “Large Hadron Collider Experiments” in Cern The European Research for Nuclear Research in Switzerland. Concepts such as space, emptiness and integrity are deconstructed and re – organized in Emin Mete Erdoğan’s canvases. Nourishing from brand new suggestions and inspirations in terms of both form and content, “Entangled Cern Plans” stands out with young artist Emin Mete Erdoğan’s large scaled and detailed attention.
The photography artist Sergen Şehitoğlu’s individual exhibition titled as; “0dB” fundamentally investigates the intensity of unmanned spaces. Being the minimum value for hearing for humans, in fact; “0dB”expresses the limit of human perception. So, the sounds and vibrations at “0dB” echoes in lonely places that Sergen Şehitoğlu pursues. Following a narrative sequence in his photographs, Sergen Şehitoğlu searches for the equivalent of the “0dB” supports its narrative with a photography book which includes texts written by writer Hakan Bıçakcı.