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Surreal Reality: Yılmaz Şen

It has been so long since there was something exciting in the creative world. And here comes Yılmaz Şen for the save. He is a person with excitement within his work. There are signifant moments in people’s life that changed their point of view Yılmaz Şen tells his way of life through the movement of…

PASTEL NATURE

How would you put rythmes in between what the nature reminds you ? How to reach a song to its listeners ? He has taken a break for 4 years but he is back now, the producer/DJ Ozoyo shares all his samples which are mixed with lo-fi/hip-hop elements with his audience and exemplifies a new kind of…

Isolation, Particles and Vibrations

To discover within sources that are infinitive, the secret of it all hidden behind the importance of details? Besides traditional music processes, music can open doors to big ideas and projects. Is this connected to science and concept? Building a connection between music, technology and art, Max Cooper is creating a new voice in the…

Understanding Simplicity

Simplicity becomes resplendent and Adrian Road is the definition of it. He says, “I am a simple man from Lanzarote, Canary Island, living in Madrid.” When we listen to his tracks and watch audio-visual contents he proves that he is not a simple man. His work is a way of sophisticated and perceptively-structured sound that matches unique…

Music Should Be Independent: Kalben

Kalben is an independent woman who has strength, is talented enough to turn her joys and traumas into creative products, at peace with herself and her past, able to see the problems of the society she lives in and beyond, has a few things to say about these problems, has a high sense of observation,…

Connecting…

Lauren Lee McCarthy examines how issues of surveillance, automation and network culture effect our social relationships and makes art inspired by people. Her creations is a representation of pushing boundaries with technology and society. Social dynamic can be affected by locations, culture and human behavior. Some can get awkward and some feel like it’s meant…

It’s the same all across the world. We’re in the “winter days.”

A pioneering personality of conceptual art, Seza Peker mesmerizes the audience with a striking work that pushes the boundaries of time and memory. Masterfully using various narrative styles such as installation, photography, film, sound, collage, and drawing, the artist processes the short-lived sounds into a “memory clock” in her “Future Archive.” We start a long…

Imaginary Persona: C/A

To create a dialogue, one needs to know the other. Anonymous post-genre music duo c/a believes otherwise. They are creating post-genre music, experimenting fields such as audio, visuals and mixed reality. They quickly became the pioneers of Magical Digitalism. The creative duo caught our eye with their performance at Sonar Istanbul, collaboration with Digilogue. And…

The Artist Is For Sale: Brian Oldham

There is no doubt that embracing yourself and giving birth to a better self requires courage. But the outcome is always glamorous. We are talking about Brian Oldham, based in L.A, multidisciplinary artist and their prominent queer style, pastel toned, provoking artworks. It was not our aim to put pressure and create existential crisis for…

Every Human Being is an Artist: Joseph Kadow

If there is such a thing as understanding the world of image, Berlin-based photographer Joseph Kadow has the answer. His creations take him around the globe and connect him with different cultures. Having a connection with something out of his comfort zone makes him a unique storyteller and helps him capture deep and honest part…