Tuba Geçgel

TUBA GEÇGEL
23.11.2020 – 19.12.2020
In Tuba Geçgel’s installation titled “Until our eyes come out of its nest”, we follow a formal and conceptual fiction that combines human curiosity with the act of seeing. The work appears as an installation created with a special setup, intertwined with each other such as video, television, an artificial intelligence algorithm that learns itself, sensor cameras, plexi, fabric, stitches. 56 stitched on a red fabric filled with fibers, stitching behind plexi, eyes watch out. In addition to a multi-dimensional curriculum provided by soft stitching, fabric, and plexi, in a part of the artwork, a digital screen that is intertwined with the viewer appears. A brain tomography image that looks almost like an iris between the stitched eyes and a real eye video compared to the stitches arealso a versatile narrative. Fictionalized with such a pluralist motive, the work can be viewed as many eyes looking outward within itself, while in fact it can be viewed as an emotion sensor that turns the viewer into it. Fictionalized with such a pluralist motive, the work can be viewed as many eyes looking outward within itself, while in fact it can be viewed as an emotion sensor that turns the viewer into it. On the screen displayed on the left of the artwork, the moment the viewer sees himself, the viewer becomes the viewer in reflections, and the viewer turns into the viewer, and the striking duality of seeing emerges at this very moment.
Tuba Geçgel’s installation titled “Until our eyes come out of its nest”, in which the human being questioned the universe and himself, is evaluated on the extreme state of curiosity and the situation in which the person returns to himself with a vulnerable consciousness. The work offers an impressive, perhaps surreal and ultimately multidimensional experimentation with many eyes looking at the viewer from outside to inside, from inside to outside.

Melike Bayık

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