'The Rip' Series, Dark Red II Painting by Gorkem Dikel

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'The Rip' Series, Dark Red II

Gorkem Dikel

Turkey

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Size: 70.9 W x 59.1 H x 1.6 in

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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.

'The Rip' Series, Dark Red II
acrylic on canvas
2017
Görkem Dikel

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The substructure of the artist’s plastic language is based on the four states of the matter with its transforming processes and its movements in time and space. With her artistic aproach based on abstraction, the artist builds her notion of space on the spot that physics has reached so far.

Whilst forming her artistic practices around the transformation and motion of the matter in space and its interaction made with hypothetical void, she brings some extraordinary dimensions and oscillations through juxtapositions and superpositons. What is solid evaporates, liquid freezes, air solidifies, what is behind appears in the front and the atoms the reality is made of are torn apart.

In her works, the inevitable and unfathomable phenomenons of the universe cause a sense of alienation by intruding the life of the individual.

While taking inspiration from science-fiction, thriller, iconology, tales and personal memories, she utilizes the paint as it can easily represent other textures and also itself as paint, in order to create collage – like paintings.


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