Stray Eye, which consists of the productions of Merve Denizci and Doğancan Yılmaz, was derived from Bird's Eye, an architectural term. The works, which start from a viewpoint close to the ground as opposed to a Bird's eye view, are the variables of places and objects witnessed by the artists as they reside in their studio in the city center. Based on the unpredictability of the site, the works in the exhibition question its order and stability to decipher the city's multiple and contradictory. At the same time, the works deal with the experience of the undefined spaces and objects that constantly the city due to destruction/construction; undefined, in-between, unrepresentative, and establishing varied relations with their surroundings. Accordingly, untitled and inert works are closer to abstraction than the identifiable site created by any urban intervention.
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