Works



To Remember Everything is a Form of Madness 1/40*, 2016
Hand painted ceramic tiles, 45x20 cm

* This expression is borrowed from Brian Field's play Translations, which was referenced by Adam Phillips, On Flirtation, 1997, Ayrinti Publishing House, p49.





To Remember Everything is a Form of Madness 3/40*, 2016 Installation Terracotta plates with various dimensions

photo credit: Ali Taptik

* This expression is borrowed from Brian Field's play Translations, which was referenced by Adam Phillips, On Flirtation, 1997, Ayrinti Publishing House, p49.





Lions and Gazelles, 2016 Installation Hand painted woven wool carpets, lion: 200x130cm, gazelle: 145x100cm

photo credit: CHROMA - André Carvalho & Tuba Karatop

"In "Lions and Gazelles," an installation featuring painted woven wool carpets with a fir base, the viewer is left to wonder whether she is the hunter or the prey and reflect on the nature of innocence and guilt." - Artist creates `Dead-End of Bliss' for Karaköy Gallery, by Kaya Genç, Daily Sabah. https://www.dailysabah.com/arts-culture/2016/10/01/artist-creates-dead-end-of-blissfor-karakoy-gallery





While Exiting The World, 2017 Collective public sculpture at Avanos Park

photo credit: Serkan Taycan

Video with English Subtitles (16:32-17:40): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6jjUNAegp4





The Heart of the Flâneuse, 2017
Lecture performance, 30’

For the exhibition Flâneuses, Yasemin Özcan produced the artist's book titled Marmalade Skies featuring short stories that invite the viewer to think about the presence of women in public space via different histories, geographies and characters. At the artist's lecture performance titled The Heart of the Flâneuse, which draws strength from this book, with a wink to the memory of stiklal Street and Marais, we hear the heartbeats of flâneuses who continue to sway under marmalade skies.
- From Flâneuses Exhibition Catalogue.





Marmalade skies, 2017 Artist book, edition: 1500

For the exhibition Flâneuses, Yasemin Özcan produced the artist's book titled Marmalade Skies featuring short stories that invite the viewer to think about the presence of women in public space via different histories, geographies and
characters.
- From Flâneuses Exhibition Catalogue.

Pdf version (Tr/Fr/Eng): http://bulten.iksv.org/limonatagibihava.pdf