CURATOR: Esra Özkan

bang. Art Innovation Prix by ArtBizTech

06.03.19 - 28.03.19

Art Talks: Hale Arslan, Süleyman Yılmaz, Hakan Yılmaz, Mehmet Ünal

Moderator: Esra Özkan
06.03.19

Bilsart hosts the group exhibition curated by Esra Özkan and collaboration with bang. Art Innovation Prix by ArtBizTech. The exhibition including Hale Arslan, İlayda Yeşilova ve Ozan Atalan’s works in March.

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The concept of organic solidarity which forms the basis of the exhibition; is an example of an uncomplicated solidarity, which is assumed to be a complex structure in which the division of labor takes place in different perspectives by keeping the competencies of the interdisciplinary people in the forefront, but the tasks in the division of labor are distributed according to the areas of expertise. In this example of solidarity, the solution also assumes the task of a method that can be found quickly. The structure which is formed by the organic solidarity has transformed into a hybrid structure with the progress of technology. The mechanical bond, which progresses in a more traditional structure and has both a limited division of labor and no differentiation, has begun to speak the same language as the organic bond and to make the working system coexist. At the point we have started to speak the same language, we start to use the correct channels to communicate the flow of information and regardless of the message, we are trying to convey, we attempt to shape the meaning through the channel we have specified. When a person starts experimenting the artworks; when she touches, when she passes, when she hears or follows, and most importantly when she begins to be curious about the process, she begins to make a contribution to the creation of artwork. She becomes an organic part of the project, understands the artwork, and when she directly communicates the message to another person, she supports the work to establish a connection with the outside world. As Marina Abramovic expressed in the Artist Manifesto, "An artist has to create a space for silence to enter his work"
The exhibition is dealing with the involvement of the audience in the experiment of finding a silence moment and discover the creation process of the art making, and generate an organic connection with the work, whereas the artist grasps the silence of the audience with the realized experience.
bang. Art Innovation Prix is presenting the process of creation which could only be completed where all stakeholders are involved in an organic connection.    

HALE ARSLAN

WHY DOES A PERSON SHOWS AGGRESSION?

06.03.19 - 12.03.19 

Violence, from history to today, is one of the most dramatic, traumatic incident that exposed to a human, especially for children. The fundamental issue of my works is the violence exposed to human body and soul. Traumatic experiences of my childhood induced my confrontation with violence and caused me to take it in hand. I am aiming for the audience to observe and experience the destruction of violence; by creating a new expression area with the use of objects/violence tools' sounds- at the very moment of hitting and the pressure belongs to the same object at the same hitting moment.
“Why does a person shows aggression?” The project is constructed on explaining the destruction caused by violence through the sound and images that are the outcomes of researching the sound pressure/sound power that was collected during the process of trailing substantiate of violence through the objects turned out to be violence tools with the act of hittting.

About HALE ARSLAN:

Graduated from Fine Arts Faculty of Marmara University in 2017. Continues to master education in the same department. While manipulating, carries the violence tools aesthetically to surface, now works tries to analyze the traces of damage left behind by violence both scientifically and visually. Also unlocks a new expression area for herself by creating sound featured works with manipulating sound and the sound graphics of the violence tool objects' hitting moments sounds.