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6th exhibition of Borders-Orbits in the third year

6th exhibition of Borders-Orbits in the third year

Siemens Sanat continues to discover young talents in contemporary art and help bringing young artists into the art world through 'Borders-Orbits' competition which has been held for three years. The second half of the winning artworks in this year's competition can be seen at Siemens Sanat between June 24 - July 31 in "Borders-Orbits 06" exhibition.

Among the young talents whose works are included in Borders-Orbits 06 are Neşe D. Akbaş, Hasan Aksaygın, Gökçe Er, Orhun Erdenli, Hatice Karadağ, Reysi Kamhi, Ahmet Kocataş, Ali İbrahim Öcal, Ercan Vural, Burcu Yağcıoğlu and Eşref Yıldırım.

Nine young talents push the limits of creativity through their works

Hasan Aksaygın attempts to develop question forms on his canvas about his own being&existence. Reysi Kamhi pictures the representative images of the cyber space that interfere with our privacy and take away our freedom.

Ercan Vural seeks in his installments the answers to his questions against life through ready objects. In the video of Hatice Karadağ, different representations are carved from familiar objects. The video work of Ali İbrahim Öcal demands different readings on representation objects.

Current themes in the paintings Gökçe Er maintain their secrets of being worth viewing. The look in the paintings of Ahmet Kocataş tries to reveal the leaks of the truth hidden behind the image.

Orhun Erdenli emphasizes the aridness of being constantly oneself while Burcu Yağcıoğlu expresses herself in her work through minimized manifestations.

The installment of Eşref Yıldırım includes encryption of poetic text. Neşe D. Akbaş aims with her video to expose the memory to continuous reconstructions by playing the indicators of motion.

Curated by Mürteza Fidan and T.Melih Görgün and sponsored by Osram, Ran-Trans and madebycat, Borders-Orbits 06 will be open everyday of the week between June the 24th and July the 31st from 10:00 to 19:00.