Silkscreen, 40x30, 6 Pieces, 2019
This work draws attention to economic, cultural and religious diversity and communication of people which has become poorer due to identity differences. This work also remarks the struggle for creating common space.
Can communication be established without discriminating on the grounds of race, gender and religion in today’s global and multi-cultural world? The work develops concepts of co-existence by engaging audiences as well. The work reveals an interactive expression by reflecting conflicts over identity. Motifs that represent tradition, integrity and being close to each other co-exists with each figure as an effort to create a common space. These motifs refer to common cultural and historical topics which are inherited from the past.