The End of Everything
Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.
Only fragments of creation or being creative to being remain and re-surface in form of a fascinating visuality is all about giving a glimpse of what the work might have looked like .
In effect, the design and integrity in the form of art likely creating of about a person that was never existed. — In sense of design that was supposed to revolutionize the art form and that survives, in the limbo between intention and realization, as an intriguing possibility.
At the end of everything present the juxtaposition between Ottoman Empire And Homoerotism of culture that meets at one space and mixing both of modern presence that lost in insanity, analysing the past experiences of female identities and their life style and mixing with our present time, research process involves many dimensions that create a platform ,identifies, excavates and re-circulates significant cultural and artistic materials that remain obscure, under-exposed, endangered, banned or in some instances destroyed. The retracing and reintegration of these materials into cultural memory and discourse, counteracts the damages of censorship and systemic erasures.
It was not about the narrative or the fashion references that persuade to this but seeing rushes of being innovative within process of learning and creating a future archive, as well as using the intuitive skills to add additional elements more than what research show. Juxtaposition of discovery and classic elements of research noir reflecting the drab of reality ones life. In this case reality becomes the strangest fantasy of all.
it exactly these tantalizing of what might have been make this a particularly alluring piece of research that constitutes as a special, speculative case for inspiration and thought.
Lookimages: Christian Knörr
Video: Shawna Christen, Mardane Gaxotte, Vera Junz