'19     "No name two" - site spesific intervention - color pencil, pastel, marker and charcoal on wall - St. Joost MIVC Building / Den Bosch

How do we unconsciously form our environment?

 

I am determined that human beings are so powerful in shaping the environment but the scary point is that this is done even unconsciously. My work reveals the unconscious physical forming effect of humans on their environment.

 

In 2016, after the terrifying bombings in Turkey, I have started to repetitively scribble with a black ink on a white paper to heal my self as an escape. Then I realized that all subjects constantly leave traces behind. So I was intrigued to follow them around to make them visible, as I was sure that they would link to other connections. (https://www.muratyildiz.net/year)

 

"No name two" shows the traces unwittingly left on the walls. I highlighted the frictions, collisions and touches with different colors to freeze the past interactions. Passed relations between subjects are revitalized by covering the traces and bruises they leave behind.  

 

Initial “No name” was done in Istanbul. Second in Den Bosch, as one of my graduation projects which is called “No name two”. It had been realized in the corridors of St. Joost School of Fine Art & Design's in 2019.

(click here link to see "No name one" made in '17)

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