FLOWER OF LIFE 2019

FLOWER OF LİFE

In accordance with the visual quality of the universe, when its geometric structure, form, rhytm, color and massic kinesis reduced to body, it reorganizes the senses and attributes meaning to phenomena. The indefinite combination of the information received is the misconception of the colors, the physical dimensions, the continuity of the rhythm.
Phenomena form a new vibration by increasing the surface tension and stand across the reality thereby creating different circumstances in the moment. Time and space are non-existent in its own orbit. Phenomena expose the opposition between the moment and the valuation of the moment; and the opposition between becoming one and becoming a unity. Phenomena were turned into be a part of the whole with the facts of perception, light and motion.

The “FLOWER OF LİFE” by Emel Karakozak makes a reference to reality and is a recreation of reality with the existence of illusion.

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Emel Karakozak

Turkey

Emel Karakozak was born in Mut/Turkey in 1974. Her adventure in photography was started in high school years and later was matured who participated in many group exhibitions, received awards in various national and international competitions and also was jury member in many photography competitions.
Living in Adana, she is the first woman in Turkey who has EFIAP/g title and who opened first personal exhibition ‘Lotus’ in 2010 in Adana Sabancı Fine Art Gallery. She opened her second personal exhibition opened in Istanbul Artgalerim.
She also worked in 2012 Art Bosphorus Contemporary Art Fair, 2011 Contemporary Istanbul Contemporary Art Fair, 2011 Art Bosphorus Contemporary Art Fair. Her works were took place in Hacettepe Art Museum and BAKSI Art Museum and also in London Saatci Gallery and in Romantic Bad Rehburg Museum and in Steyerberger Rathaus Vittebsk/Belarus Center for Contemporary Art , Cultural Center of the Divina and Museum of Kreises.

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