Syste-matic/Syste-matic

Thomas Hunter Gallery, Ceramic Area, NY, USA, August 1 – 29, 2006

 

With beauty and contradictions, this is the story of systems that have dependence and function in their every little detail which make them so meaningless when apart but meaningful as a whole.

 

Aside from their basic qualities, the works have turned into a platform that has framed the process which captures the interaction –or battle- between "the maker" and "the work". It has systematically been developed and transformed by the different experiences of both in their respective environments.


The theme has emerged/disappeared in this un-secured situation.

 

While the structures, relationships, disappointments, possibilities, instant images, rhythm, dirt, beauty of the city were the inspiration for the maker, the resistance or cooperation of the medium is the most important factor to determine these works's fate.

 

Burçak Bingöl
NYC, 2006

 

 

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Circuit 2006

In-circuit
In-circuit

Wheel-thrown ceramics + metal elbows & magnets

Breeze
Breeze

Breeze Decalled ceramics + nuts & bolts

Section
Section

Ceramics

Fragile
Fragile

Decalled ceramics + nuts& bolts

Pile
Pile

Florished shards

Surface
Surface

Decalled ceramics

Broken
Broken

Broken ceramic shards attached to a door by magnets

Broken City 6
Broken City 6

Photography of broken shards attached to the city by magnets

Broken City
Broken City

Photography of broken shards attached to the city by magnets

Broken City 2
Broken City 2

Photography of broken shards attached to the city by magnets

Broken City 3
Broken City 3

Photography of broken shards attached to the city by magnets

Broken City 4
Broken City 4

Photography of broken shards attached to the city by magnets

Broken City 5.
Broken City 5.

Photography of broken shards attached to the city by magnets

Installation View
Installation View
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