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A collection of my PaperWorks, with as few puns as possible.





Maquis Projects is hosting “Üç Oda, Bir Yabancı”; a new
exhibition of works by Mezula Aydogan, Mehmet Dere and Nur
Muşkara. The exhibition focuses on the contradictions between
the artists’ individual spiritual memories, their particular
modes of artistic production and the moment of creativity in
which their emotional life is embedded. The artists not only
objectify and document their own memories, but also expose the
personal issues hidden in the everyday beyond what is visible
to the viewer.

     The word “stranger (yabancı)” in the title is an implicit
reference to the artists and the artwork in the exhibition. To
be a stranger, to be a human being is to be a stranger to
yourself; meeting yourself continuously as someone else. The
stranger, in Edmond Jabe’s words, is what makes you who you
are by transforming you into a stranger.








Maquis Projects is hosting “Üç Oda, Bir Yabancı”; a new
exhibition of works by Mezula Aydogan, Mehmet Dere and Nur
Muşkara. The exhibition focuses on the contradictions between
the artists’ individual spiritual memories, their particular
modes of artistic production and the moment of creativity in
which their emotional life is embedded. The artists not only
objectify and document their own memories, but also expose the
personal issues hidden in the everyday beyond what is visible
to the viewer.

     The word “stranger (yabancı)” in the title is an implicit
reference to the artists and the artwork in the exhibition. To
be a stranger, to be a human being is to be a stranger to
yourself; meeting yourself continuously as someone else. The
stranger, in Edmond Jabe’s words, is what makes you who you
are by transforming you into a stranger.








Maquis Projects is hosting “Üç Oda, Bir Yabancı”; a new
exhibition of works by Mezula Aydogan, Mehmet Dere and Nur
Muşkara. The exhibition focuses on the contradictions between
the artists’ individual spiritual memories, their particular
modes of artistic production and the moment of creativity in
which their emotional life is embedded. The artists not only
objectify and document their own memories, but also expose the
personal issues hidden in the everyday beyond what is visible
to the viewer.

     The word “stranger (yabancı)” in the title is an implicit
reference to the artists and the artwork in the exhibition. To
be a stranger, to be a human being is to be a stranger to
yourself; meeting yourself continuously as someone else. The
stranger, in Edmond Jabe’s words, is what makes you who you
are by transforming you into a stranger.








Maquis Projects is hosting “Üç Oda, Bir Yabancı”; a new
exhibition of works by Mezula Aydogan, Mehmet Dere and Nur
Muşkara. The exhibition focuses on the contradictions between
the artists’ individual spiritual memories, their particular
modes of artistic production and the moment of creativity in
which their emotional life is embedded. The artists not only
objectify and document their own memories, but also expose the
personal issues hidden in the everyday beyond what is visible
to the viewer.

     The word “stranger (yabancı)” in the title is an implicit
reference to the artists and the artwork in the exhibition. To
be a stranger, to be a human being is to be a stranger to
yourself; meeting yourself continuously as someone else. The
stranger, in Edmond Jabe’s words, is what makes you who you
are by transforming you into a stranger.
Maquis Projects is hosting “Üç Oda, Bir Yabancı”; a new
exhibition of works by Mezula Aydogan, Mehmet Dere and Nur
Muşkara. The exhibition focuses on the contradictions between
the artists’ individual spiritual memories, their particular
modes of artistic production and the moment of creativity in
which their emotional life is embedded. The artists not only
objectify and document their own memories, but also expose the
personal issues hidden in the everyday beyond what is visible
to the viewer.
     The word “stranger (yabancı)” in the title is an implicit
reference to the artists and the artwork in the exhibition. To
be a stranger, to be a human being is to be a stranger to
yourself; meeting yourself continuously as someone else. The
stranger, in Edmond Jabe’s words, is what makes you who you
are by transforming you into a stranger.